Historical Performance News

New audition centre opens in Australia

21.08.2017

Academy opens audition centre in Australia

Academy tops conservatoire student satisfaction ranking

16.08.2017

Academy scores highest in overall student satisfaction among UK conservatoires

Tickets to our Autumn season are on sale

19.07.2017

Tickets to the Academy’s Autumn season are now on sale

The Principal and the EU

29.03.2017

A personal message from the Principal

Academy and Juilliard unite in Venetian repertoire

10.03.2017

Academy and Juilliard unite in Venetian repertoire

Getting to know Bach’s Cantatas

01.03.2017

Iain Ledingham, winner of the 2017 Bach Prize, explores the Bach Cantatas

Sir Ralph Kohn, 1927–2016

14.11.2016

Academy alumni, students and staff pay tribute to a remarkable man

2015 graduates demonstrate success

03.08.2016

Higher Education Statistics Agency survey reports 100% in work or study

Autumn 2016 events

25.07.2016

Tickets for Autumn events are on sale now

The Principal celebrates top rating for world-class Royal Academy of Music

07.05.2016

HEFCE declares its strongest support for the Academy’s work

Philippe Herreweghe wins Bach Prize

06.05.2016

Distinguished conductor becomes eleventh winner of the award, supported by the Kohn Foundation

Fellowship Awards

03.05.2016

Announcing Fellowships for current students

Summer 2016 at the Academy

22.03.2016

Announcing our Summer events schedule

Success at Arts Club Karl Jenkins Music Award

14.03.2016

Academy students are awarded all three major prizes

2016 Honours are announced

04.03.2016

Annual Honours recognise achievements in the music profession

Historical Performance scholarships

08.10.2015

Four scholarships each reflect special links with the Academy

St John's Smith Square Young Artists for 2015/16

19.05.2015

Congratulations to Historical Performance student Tabea Debus, who has been announced as a St John’s Smith Square Young Artist for 2015/16.

The Early Music Show from Buckingham Palace

23.03.2015

Academy professors and alumna perform for BBC Radio 3 broadcast

Jennifer Ward Clarke

16.03.2015

Jennifer Ward Clarke, Academy professor of baroque cello, died on 1st March aged 79.

Sackbut Collaborations

16.03.2015

Academy students perform with musicians from University of Northern Carolina and King’s College London

Rachel Podger awarded Bach Prize

12.02.2015

Violinist is tenth winner of the prize, supported by the Kohn Foundation

Historical Performance students on BBC Radio 3 In Tune

23.01.2015

Vivaldi Recorder Concerto broadcast live from the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse

New collaboration with the Juilliard School and Masaaki Suzuki

23.08.2014

The Royal Academy of Music in London and the Juilliard School in New York are pleased to announce their newest collaboration. In...

Ton Koopman awarded Bach Prize

27.05.2014

The distinguished Dutch keyboard player and conductor Ton Koopman has been announced as the 2014 winner of the Royal Academy of Music Bach Prize, supported by the Kohn Foundation.