Talks – Debates – Performances – Commissions

21 Sep 2012

RPS Autumn programme announced

Over the next few weeks the Royal Philharmonic Society ventures nationwide and overseas to Prague, with a series of talks and debates on pressing musical matters and live performances that turn the spotlight on distinguished neglected works from the contemporary chamber repertoire.

From a debate on ‘Who needs classical when we’ve got dubstep, grime and house’ to a first commission by our Composer in the House,Encore performances by Fernyhough and Cashian and discounted ticketsfor 17-25 year olds to attend the UK’s leading contemporary music festival, this autumn the RPS will stretch your mind and your ears.

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Claire-Louise Auguste, flautist at Trinity Laban: enjoying playing her new flute purchased with assistance from the RPS Sir John Barbirolli memorial Fund.

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.