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

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