Historical Performance

Many of the most outstanding performers in the current generation of Historical Performance specialists studied at the Academy. Our students receive intensive training in all aspects of historically informed performance practice and interpretation, with opportunities to focus on and develop their individual interests creativity.

The Academy offers Principal Study in the following period instruments:

Violin  |  Viola  |  Viola da Gamba  |  Cello  |  Double Bass  |  Harpsichord  |  Fortepiano  |  Lute/Theorbo  |  Recorder  |  Flute  |  Oboe  |  Clarinet  |  Bassoon  |  Sackbut

Historical Performance students at the Academy are encouraged to study repertoire from a variety of historical periods, and have opportunities to develop their skills in other interests (eg, harpsichord, recorder, viol). For recorder players and harpsichordists, this may include contemporary repertoire.

Academy students studying in other departments are encouraged to take up Historical Performance as a second study and are always welcome to perform in small and large-scale projects within the Historical Performance Faculty.

Historical Performance: Your Experience

See also: Performance, the central driving force behind all Academy studies

 

Contact

Emily Mould, Historical Performance Administrator
Telephone 020 7873 7379 / Email historical@ram.ac.uk

Margaret Faultless

Head of Historical Performance: Margaret Faultless

Co-leader of the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment

Director of training programmes for the OAE and European Union Baroque Orchestra

Experienced performer and recording artist

Head of Historical Performance since 2012

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Auditions 2016

01.12.2016

Advice for everyone auditioning for studies in 2017

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Royal Academy of Music/Kohn Foundation Bach Cantatas

02.04.2017 日曜日 12:00, Duke’s Hall

BWV 103, BWV 135, BWV 104

Royal Academy of Music/Kohn Foundation Bach Cantatas

07.05.2017 日曜日 12:00, Duke’s Hall

BWV 150, BWV 81, BWV 562, BWV 193

Royal Academy of Music/Kohn Foundation Bach Cantatas

25.06.2017 日曜日 12:00, Duke’s Hall

Solo voices and the timbre of a solo oboe predominate in today’s cantatas.

Royal Academy of Music/Kohn Foundation Bach Cantatas

08.10.2017 日曜日 12:00, Duke’s Hall

Unusual texts are to the fore in this concert’s cantatas. Leichtgessinte Flattergeiste (‘Frivolous flibbertigibbets’) takes the palm for the most charming and least likely opening line in the entire repertoire

Royal Academy of Music/Kohn Foundation Bach Cantatas

05.11.2017 日曜日 12:00, Duke’s Hall

Brightness and darkness are juxtaposed in this concert, conducted by the Royal Academy of Music/Kohn Foundation Bach Prize winner Philippe Herreweghe

Royal Academy of Music/Kohn Foundation Bach Cantatas

03.12.2017 日曜日 12:00, Duke’s Hall

The final concert of the season focuses on celebratory works for Christmas and Michaelmas

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‘The challenge is to search for ways of being true to the music and to ourselves as performers’

Margaret Faultless