RPS Opportunities: Diversity Monitoring

Thank you for your application. The Royal Philharmonic Society is an equal opportunities organisation, and is committed to actively encourages people from diverse backgrounds to apply and participate in its programmes.

The data you submit below is anonymous and you are not obliged to submit anything should you not want to. Any data submitted is used for diversity monitoring purposes only and will not be included/considered as part of your application. Our equality and diversity reporting is for our organisation as a whole and data is not attributable to individuals. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

Alternatively, please click here if you do not wish to complete the form below.

If submitting on behalf of a group/ensemble, please check the box below. Alternatively, please share the link to this form with your ensemble for them to complete:

www.philharmonicsociety.uk/diversity-monitoring

In accordance with the Equality Act 2010, a disability is a physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and long term adverse effect on your ability to carry out normal day to day activities and you think might disadvantage you in obtaining or keeping employment for which otherwise you would be suitable, even though you might have overcome any such disability.

OUR MEMBERS

Graham Johnson, pianist: awarded RPS Honorary Membership in 2010 for his 'unstinting championship of Song'.

DID YOU KNOW?

From 1819 the Society’s home was the Harmonic Institution built by John Nash in Regents Street. The building was destroyed by fire in 1830 and is now the site of a NatWest Bank.