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20/21 Tuesday 22nd May

Total Brass at St Martin-in-the-Fields 1.00pm

St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 4JJ Free, no tickets required

Robert Smith and Jason Evans trumpet Elise Campbell horn Ross Learmonth trombone Matthew Blunt tuba

Susato Excerpts from Renaissance Dances JS Bach arr. Timothy Jackson Fugue in G sharp minor Trad. arr. Henderson Amazing Grace Ewald Quintet no.1 Chris Hazel Mr Jums Kamen Quintet Anthony DiLorenzo Fire Dance Gershwin arr. Alan Fernie I Got Rhythm

Tuesday 29th May and Tuesday 5th June

Soundbox 12.30–2.00pm

Museum Piano Gallery Free, no tickets required

See Tuesday 1st May for details. Friday 8th June

Debussy’s Early Chamber Music 2.30–4.00pm

Museum Piano Gallery Free, no tickets required

To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the birth of Claude Debussy, Roy Howat, Neil Heyde and Peter Sheppard Skærved explore the young composer’s first essays in the field of chamber music: the Piano Trio of 1880, which lay unpublished for over a century, and two cello pieces of 1882. This workshop will illustrate the complexities and challenges of the forthcoming new edition of these pieces (which Roy Howat is preparing for the Œuvres complètes de Claude Debussy), demonstrating how editorial rethinking can sharpen our perception of these still little-known works, and of Debussy’s skills as a young composer.

Saturday 9th June Friday 25th May

Around the Piano 6.00–7.30pm

Museum Piano Gallery Free, no tickets required but seating is limited

This event builds on Charles Dickens’s social networks and novels to explore pianos and performance in the Victorian household. Briony Williams looks at the salon of Kate Loder as an example of music-making and innovation within the domestic setting. Christopher Nobbs further contextualises by exploring the types of pianos used at these musical gatherings. This event complements the Dickens and Music exhibition at the Academy’s museum.

Monday 28th May Royal Academy of Music Patrons’ Award: Winner’s Recital 7.30pm see page 20.

Family Play Day: What Larks!

11.00am–12.30pm (ages 5–7 years) 2.00–3.30pm (ages 8–11 years) Museum Piano Gallery Free, no tickets required, but booking is essential.

Please contact, quoting the number of adult and children’s tickets required, children’s ages and a contact number.

Storyteller Charles Dickens loved to sing and dance, and his sister Fanny was a student at the Academy. Join us for a merry day of Dickens-inspired music and drama. Attend a Victorian singing lesson and stage period pieces with the help of props and original music. This event complements the Dickens and Music exhibition at the Academy’s museum.

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