Iconography and Collections Guides

Duke’s Hall portraits: Portraits, Sculpture and Works of Art in the Entrance, Duke’s Hall and Patrons Room.

Entrance Hall paintings: Reconstruction in the Academy’s Entrance Hall of the original decorative wall paintings (1910/11) by Baron Arild Rosenkrantz

The Academy’s buildings: An introduction to the buildings and estates of the Royal Academy of Music.

York Gate Building: A Brief History of 1-5 York Gate

The British Tenor: an Introduction

Postcards from the McCann Collection: Musical Notes – The Early Postcard

Nicolò Paganini (1782-1840) Including iconography from the Foyle Menuhin Archive

Sir Henry Wood (1869-1944)


Past Museum Exhibition Guides

Orchestral Magicians: Composer-conductors from the German Romantic tradition in London

Viotti in London: As the French people fought for égalité in the late 18th century, the violinist Giovanni Battista Viotti led his own musical revolution.

Revolutionary Violin: Viotti’s impact on performance, composition, teaching, choice of instrument and bow

Musical Notes: Collections relating to the ‘Swedish Nightingale’ Jenny Lind, composer and prolific letter-writer Priaulx Rainier and inspiring early music pioneer David Munrow.

Next Event

Piano Trio Day free

24.11.2017 09:30, David Josefowitz Recital Hall

Performances from Academy piano trios