Maestro: Conductors in Performance symposium

-Posted on 22.03.2019

The Royal Academy of Music is delighted to announce that it will host the ‘Maestro: Conductors in Performance’ symposium, organised in conjunction with Bern University of the Arts.

The symposium will run over the course of two days, beginning on Saturday 6th April, delivering a packed schedule of talks and performances.

Highlights include the Academy’s own Head of Recording David Gleeson talking on the shifting trends in recording technologies and a workshop led by the Academy’s Professor of Public Engagement, Raymond Holden, examining the differing approaches of conductors and composers to Mozart’s symphonies. There will also be an all-Mozart performance by students of the Academy and Bern University of the Arts.

The symposium is free and tickets are not required.

Please see this document for full symposium listings.

The Academy looks forward to welcoming you to this exciting weekend of events.

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