RPS Duet Prize Final

30 Apr 2016

Congratulations to everyone who played in the final of our prize for Instrumentalists under the age of 18:

The standard was phenomenal and it will be hard to choose an overall winner.

The RPS Duet Prize is open to outstanding young players studying in mainstream education The winner will receive a £1500 prize and a recital at a major music festival.

The prize is a part of Duet Philharmonic, a partnership between the RPS and Duet Group to connect young musicians with the music profession.

These are the names to look out for:

Arthur Di Francesco (piano)

Ben Goldscheider (horn)

Chris Hill (flute)

Lena Segal (violin)

Matthew Glendening (clarinet)

Mila Ferramosca (violin)

Sheku Kanneh Mason (cello)

Tomoka Kan (piano)

 

 

 

29 April 2016

OUR MEMBERS

Sally Cavender, Performance Music Director, Faber Music: Many of our composers have been honoured by RPS Awards. The RPS is uniquely placed to support the huge variety of new music today.

DID YOU KNOW?

Sing Up! won the RPS 2010 Education Award in for introducing high quality singing to millions of children in English primary schools.