Accordion

The Royal Academy of Music was the first British conservatoire to introduce teaching for the classical accordion. Since its start, the Accordion Faculty has been a pioneering force in the development of new repertoire and has quickly gained a reputation for producing some of the most successful accordion players in the world. 

The Academy offers Principal Study to both undergraduate and postgraduate accordion players.

 

See also

Performance, the central driving force behind all Academy studies 
Fees and Financial Support

Contact

Karen Ingram, Department Administrator
Telephone 020 7873 7380 / Email accordion@ram.ac.uk

Owen Murray

Head of Accordion: Owen Murray

Has performed as a soloist with many of the world’s leading orchestras

World premieres of major works by illustrious composers

Dedicated teacher and untiring champion of the accordion


Founder of the Academy’s pioneering classical accordion department


Latest News

Spring 2018 Booking Now Open

12.12.2017

We are delighted to announce our spring season of concerts, masterclasses and events at the Royal Academy of Music

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Auditions 2016

01.12.2016

Advice for everyone auditioning for studies in 2017

Upcoming Events

Accordion Chamber Music

08 November 2018 1:05pm, David Josefowitz Recital Hall

A concert of chamber music with classical accordion

Accordion Open Day

08 November 2018 2:30pm, David Josefowitz Recital Hall

Head of Accordion Owen Murray gives a talk on the Accordion Department, career possibilities and repertoire development to prosp...

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