We have included some of our favourite performances from the past week at the bottom of this news story. You can continue to submit your music-making by posting to Facebook, Twitter and Instagram using #RAMplaysON.
Imelda Staunton gave a Zoom masterclass to our Musical Theatre students this week. The BAFTA award-winning actress was made an Honorary Member of the Academy in July 2018.
Our Artist Development team spoke to Academy alumnus Clifton Harrison, a violist and researcher who performs with the acclaimed Kreutzer Quartet alongside solo and orchestral work. They discussed his new 'One Camera, One Take' project and spoke about what the current situation means for him as a musician. You can read the full interview on our website and catch up with Clifton’s 'One Camera, One Take' series on his YouTube channel.
It has been Museum Week on social media, and we have been posting highlights from our exhibitions, collections and events. The Academy Museum, which opened in 2001, displays and loans instruments of historic importance, as well as hosting temporary exhibitions. We hope to be able to welcome you back to the Museum soon, in the meantime you can browse our collections online.
Student Meesha Turner and alumnus Stephenson Ardern-Sodje performed a duet from the musical Hadestown.
Academy cello teacher and alumna Nadège Rochat performed a movement from Cello Suite No 1 by J. S. Bach.
The latest live stream from the Kanneh-Masons features a performance of Deep River, inspired by an arrangement by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor.
Alumni Knarika Karapetian (violin) and Matt Anderson (saxophone) have been playing around with some cross-genre improvisation.
Academy graduate Daniel Shao performed a fiendishly fast Etude by Donjon for flute.
In one of our latest film music submissions, Seung Hye Park shared her piano version of the Toy Story theme ‘You’ve Got a Friend In Me’.