Strings

The Academy’s enviable reputation for training string players is firmly based on the stimulating educational and cultural experiences of our students, the distinction of our faculty and visiting professors, and — not least — the successful careers of many of our alumni throughout the profession.

Our string students benefit from a combination of strong artistic traditions with forward-thinking realism about today’s musical life. We aim to provide you with an imaginative springboard from which to launch your careers.

The Academy offers Principal Study in

  • Violin
  • Viola
  • Cello
  • Double Bass

For study on historical instruments, please see Historical Performance.

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

 
Contact

Emily Good, Strings Administrator
Telephone 020 7873 7395 / Email strings@ram.ac.uk

Jo Cole

Head of Strings: Jo Cole

Successful and versatile orchestral and chamber musician

Dedicated and experienced educator

Diverse career also includes outreach and consultancy work with big business

Studied at the Royal Academy of Music: Head of Strings since 2010

イベント情報

Double Bass Masterclass with Jiri Hudec

23 10月 2018 10:00午前, Angela Burgess Recital Hall

With Jirí Hudec, Principal Double Bass of the Czech Philharmonic

Cello Masterclass with Alisa Weilerstein

23 10月 2018 1:30午後, Angela Burgess Recital Hall

With Alisa Weilerstein, who also performs Dvorák's Cello Concerto on Wednesday 24 October in Duke's Hall

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@RoyalAcadMusic • 9月 21
Postgrad Djumash Poulsen performed Ysaÿe's 'Ballade' as part of our #strings Open Day.
@RoyalAcadMusic • 9月 20
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‘Helping students to keep any and every door ajar is vital’

Jo Cole