1850 - 1899

The following are the names of all those who have been awarded Honorary Membership of the Royal Philharmonic Society since 1826

1826 - 1849 / 1850 - 1899 / 1900 -1949 / 1950 - 1999 / 2000 to date


1859
Hector Berlioz
Niels Gade
Jadques François Halévy
Moritz Hauptmann 9
Ferdinand Hiller
Franz Liszt
Heinrich Marschner
Ignaz Moscheles
Julius Rietz
Johannes Verhulst

1860
Richard Wagner

1861
Euphrosyne Parepa-Rosa

1869
Lucy Anderson

1869
Otto Goldschmidt
Charles Gounod
Stephen Heller
Theresa Tietiens

1870
Joseph Joachim

1882
Johannes Brahms
Joachim Raff
Alberto Randegger
Giuseppe Verdi

1884
Antonin Dvorák
Sophie Menter
Wassily Sapellnikoff
Pablo Sarasate

1885
Giovanni Bottesini
Hans von Bülow

1886
Franz Rummel

1887
Moritz Moszkowski
Camille Saint-Saëns
Clara Schumann

1888
Johann Svendsen

1889
Edvard Grieg
Peter Ilyich Tschaikowsky
Charles Marie Widor

1891
Franz Ondricek
Eugene Ysaÿe

1893
Ignaz Paderewski

1894
Max Bruch

1897
Emil Sauer
Alexander Glazounov

1899
Moritz Rosenthal

OUR MEMBERS

Sir Nicholas Kenyon, Managing Director, Barbican Centre: The Royal Philharmonic Society has been a revolutionary force for good in my musical life.

DID YOU KNOW?

In October 1970, Lutoslawski's Cello Concerto received its world premiere, having been commissioned by the RPS. The soloist was Rostropovich, who received our highest honour, the Gold Medal, the same year.