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Meet the Gold Medal Competitors – Group 3

11 June 2014

For the third in this week’s series of blog posts on the 2014 RNCM Gold Medal Competition, we get to […]

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Meet the Gold Medal Competitors – Group 2

10 June 2014

Welcome to our second 2014 RNCM Gold Medal Competition blog post, where we meet Meinir Wyn Roberts, Nelson Bohórquez and Jeremy So […]

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Meet the Gold Medal Competitors – Group 1

9 June 2014

The 2014 RNCM Gold Medal Competition sees ten of our most outstanding performers compete for our most coveted annual award. […]

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RNCM’s War & Peace Season

1 May 2014

Part of the global commemoration of the First World War Centenary, our War & Peace season looks at […]

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John Harle unearths long lost concerto for RNCM Masterclass

28 January 2014

It has come to light ahead of tonight’s RNCM Masterclass with John Harle that the prolific film composer […]

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Categories: RNCM Events Blog

Snow wonder they’re shocked…

9 December 2013

Very little is known about these two ladies and why they find themselves tucked into some draft pages […]

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Christmas is coming…

5 December 2013

Over the next few weeks, I will post images with a Christmas or winter theme from the RNCM […]

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Filling the British Museum with sound

3 July 2013

Guest post: Daniel Ferguson, Head of Adult Programmes, British Museum The Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM) first approached […]

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RNCM Compositions for the British Museum

25 June 2013

In today’s post we hear from four RNCM composers who have written new works in response to various […]

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Sound Histories – An Enlightening Score for the British Museum

11 June 2013

Sound Histories is the latest and largest yet in the RNCM’s series of site-specific installations created to animate […]

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Sound Histories – An Evening of Live Music at the British Museum

31 May 2013

Our Director of Performance and Programming, Toby Smith, talks to us about Sound Histories, an exciting project set to […]

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In Conversation with Stephen Hough

29 April 2013

World-leading concert pianist and RNCM International Chair of Keyboard Studies, Stephen Hough, talks about his memories of studying […]

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