The Academy’s enviable reputation for training string players is firmly based on the stimulating educational and cultural experiences of our students, the distinction of our faculty and visiting professors, and — not least — the successful careers of many of our alumni throughout the profession.
Our string students benefit from a combination of strong artistic traditions with forward-thinking realism about today’s musical life. We aim to provide you with an imaginative springboard from which to launch your careers.
The Academy offers Principal Study in
- Double Bass
For study on historical instruments, please see Historical Performance.
Performance, the central driving force behind all Academy studies
Regent Scholarship Scheme
Emily Good, Strings Administrator
Telephone 020 7873 7395 / Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Successful and versatile orchestral and chamber musician
Dedicated and experienced educator
Diverse career also includes outreach and consultancy work with big business
Studied at the Royal Academy of Music: Head of Strings since 2010
Sheku Kanneh-Mason is awarded inaugural RPS Duet Prize for Young Instrumentalists
Celebrating the centenary of Lord Menuhin
With Božo Paradžik, internationally renowned pedagogue, soloist and chamber musician
Conducted by Head of Strings Jo Cole, with soloists Marta Kowalczyk and Andrey Lebedev
Quartets from eight UK conservatoires compete for the Intercollegiate Chamber Music Competition
Programme to include works by Schubert, Brahms and Clarke.
Piano, String and vocal duos all perform a twenty minute recital
Join Museum Curator Joanna Tapp for this guided tour of our new exhibition on Menuhin’s life and music
Family workshop exploring violinist Yehudi Menuhin.
Family workshop exploring violinist Yehudi Menuhin
Music by JS Bach and his family
With Daniel Hope, Visiting Professor
Victoria Bernath performs with Bernat Català Rams
With Maxim Vengerov, the Academy’s Menuhin Professor of Music