Exhibitions

The Museum has three permanent galleries, alongside regularly changing displays and exhibitions. Together they cover an array of eras, instruments and subjects, from the finest 17th-century Cremonese violins to the cast of a 20th-century conductor’s hand. Below you can see what is on at the moment, pique your interest with future displays and investigate our archive of exhibitions past.

Current exhibitions

What a Song and Dance: Celebrating Musical Theatre

05.07.2019 金曜日 - 22.02.2020 土曜日, Museum Ground Floor

Coinciding with the 25th anniversary of the Academy’s Musical Theatre Programme, our new temporary exhibition deconstructs and explores the history of the genre and looks to the future of this popular art form.

Holocaust Memorial Day

17.01.2020 金曜日 - 30.01.2020 木曜日,

27 January 2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest Nazi death camp. To mark the ...

Permanent exhibitions

Piano Gallery

Museum Second Floor

This gallery follows the keyboard instrument’s lively evolution from the early 17th to the early 20th centuries.

Strings Gallery

Museum First Floor

This gallery showcases the rich variety of the Academy’s stringed instrument collection.

History of the Academy

Museum Ground Floor

These displays show the illustrious history of the Royal Academy of Music, the oldest conservatoire in the United Kingdom.

Future exhibitions

Only the Violins Remain. Alma and Arnold Rosé

09.03.2020 月曜日 - 30.05.2020 土曜日, Museum

A touring exhibition from the House of Austrian History, in partnership with the Royal Academy of Music Museum Free entry to ...