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28/29 Monday 25th June R.A.M. Club Prize Final


6.00pm Duke’s Hall Free, no tickets required


Selected finalists compete in the prestigious R.A.M. Club Prize, presented by the Alumni Network. The winner of the prize will also receive a full recital at the Academy in 2012/13. The competition is held in association with the Vivian Langrish Memorial Trust, which awards a prize for the best accompanist.


Tuesday 26th June


Microtonal Oboe at The Forge


7.30pm The Forge, 3–7 Delancey Street, London, NW1 7NL Tickets £9 (concessions £7) in advance from www.forgevenue.org, or £10 (concessions £8) on the door. For information, telephone 020 7383 7808


Christopher Redgate performs new music including microtonal works for oboe and electronics by Academy postgraduate composers.


The Academy Manson Ensemble collaborate with the BFI in the first in a series of Alfred Hitchcock’s early masterpieces, restored by the BFI National Archive and presented with live musical accompaniment as part of the London 2012 Festival. Hitchcock’s directorial debut, made when he was 25, follows the love lives of two dancers at a London nightspot.


The Pleasure Garden (1927), courtesy of ITV Studios Global Entertainment / Park Circus


Thursday 28th June and Friday 29th June


The Pleasure Garden Directed by Alfred Hitchcock


7.30pm Wilton’s Music Hall, Graces Alley, London E1 8JB Sold out: check www.bfi.org.uk for returns


Academy Manson Ensemble Christopher Austin conductor


New score composed by Daniel Patrick Cohen


‘For 190 years the Royal Academy of Music has been the nursery, hothouse and generator for the British music profession’ The Times


Just turn up


Tickets are not required unless stated otherwise. Call 020 7873 7300 for more details or see www.ram.ac.uk


Saturday 30th June Junior Academy Ensembles


3.30pm Duke’s Hall Free, no tickets required


Junior Academy students perform in ensembles of all sizes.


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