Support the world’s brightest young talent
When it comes to learning about becoming a professional musician in the 21st century, the Academy is the primary destination for the world’s brightest young talent.
Our environment fosters outstanding musical prowess and nurtures individual creativity. We take great pride in the achievements of our alumni, permeating the highest levels of the profession throughout the world.
Our supporters play a crucial part in our successes and those of our students. As pressure on the balance sheet increases in the education sector, they accompany us in our mission to nurture and educate the musicians of tomorrow.
You can donate today to make a difference to the lives of our students.
If you share our passion for music and would like to become involved in Academy life, then we hope you will consider becoming a Patron. Patronage donations support our core work, ensuring that we can continue to train our students to the highest professional standards.
We are committed to opening up opportunities to the widest range of musicians, regardless of background or circumstance. By donating to our Scholarship Fund, you will support some of the Academy's most talented and deserving students – and see them develop.
A special chance to name your own seat in our new Theatre and Recital Hall or pay homage to someone who has inspired you.
A rare opportunity for supporters to make an indelible mark on British musical life, enabling brilliant young artists to prepare for the world stage.
Many of the world’s most eminent and inspiring musicians have learned their craft at the Academy. A gift in your will - whatever its size – would help future generations to make their mark.
Sir Elton John studied at the Royal Academy of Music during his teenage years. He has always regarded the training he received at the Academy as vitally important to the development of his career.
The American Society for the Royal Academy of Music is a non-profit organization based in New York that supports the work of the Royal Academy of Music in the UK.
If you are considering supporting the Royal Academy of Music, we would love to hear from you to talk through the options.
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Murray Perahia is the latest in a long line of exceptional Bach performers who have visited us recently, and generously praised the Academy and Kohn Foundation from the stage of the Duke’s Hall.