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May 2012 Monday 14th May


Trombone Masterclass


2.00–5.00, Henry Wood Room 7.00–9.00pm, Duke’s Hall Free, no tickets required


With Ian Bousfield, principal trombone of the Vienna Philharmonic and International Visiting Professor of Trombone at the Academy.


Tuesday 15th May


Bassoon and Horn Ensembles


6.00pm Duke’s Hall Free, no tickets required


Sibelius arr. Elise Campbell/Dominic Tyler Finlandia Edward Chance Forgotten Cause (world premiere) Martino Scovacricchi Om Alan Civil Horn Bluff Mendelssohn Nocturne Dominic Tyler Anything You Can Do Richard Bissill Rite of Spring Rag Paul Basler Harambee


The bassoon and horn ensembles join together for a varied concert featuring classic orchestral repertoire alongside Academy student compositions and arrangements.


Monday 14th May Russian Songs and Arias


6.00pm David Josefowitz Recital Hall Free, no tickets required


The Academy’s Russian Song class, coached by Ludmilla Andrew and Richard Shaw, present a varied programme of Russian songs and arias.


Tuesday 15th May Trombone Masterclass


10.00am–1.00pm and 2.00–5.00pm Recital Room Free, no tickets required


Ian Bousfield continues work with Academy students. Tuesday 15th May


Davey-Poznanski Quartets


1.05pm David Josefowitz Recital Hall Free, no tickets required


Artesian and Jubilee Quartets


Debussy String Quartet Mendelssohn String Quartet no.6 in F minor, op.80


Tuesday 15th May


An Introduction to Mansfield Park


6.00pm David Josefowitz Recital Hall Free, no tickets required


As a prelude to Royal Academy Opera’s production, the Academy’s Director of Opera Jane Glover discusses with composer Jonathan Dove how he turned Jane Austen’s novel into an opera.


Wednesday 16th May


String Quartet Masterclass


10.00am–1.00pm and 2.00–5.00pm David Josefowitz Recital Hall Free, no tickets required


With the Escher Quartet, a young American ensemble on tour in the UK as BBC New Generation Artists.


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