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Tickets and Box Office

Most concerts are free, with no tickets required and seats allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Booking opening dates

Priority booking day for Patrons, for all events: Wednesday 4th April. Open 10am–12noon and 2–4pm, by telephone 020 7873 7300 and in person.

Bach Cantata performances are on sale now from Musical Theatre shows will open at 10am on Monday 14th May. For all other events: Online booking opens at 10am on Thursday 5th April from General booking by telephone and in person opens at 10am on Thursday 12th April.

Keep in touch

To receive Academy events updates by post or email, please send your full contact details to or telephone 020 7873 7318.

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Chamber Music

Early evening concerts start at 5.05pm on most Tuesdays and Thursdays; lunchtime concerts take place on most Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 1.05pm. All of these concerts are free. For details, please see or call the Box Office.

External Residencies

In addition to the listed events in this diary, the Academy has developed many external residencies, both in London and further afield. Please see for more details.

Hire our Musicians

For further information and to hire Academy performers for your event, please contact the External Bookings Manager, telephone 020 7873 7304 or email

Online Box Office

By phone and in person

Open from Thursday 12th April. Box Office telephone 020 7873 7300 10am–12noon and 2–4pm, Monday to Friday

Tickets can be collected 10.00 am –12 noon and 2.00 – 4.00 pm Monday to Friday, or from 45 minutes before the performance. Doors open 30 minutes before the performance.

The Academy reserves the right to alter advertised programmes. To check details please visit or call the Box Office.

Alumni Network

The Academy’s Alumni Network provides all former students of the Royal Academy of Music with a wide-ranging professional support service and social network, whether they graduated many decades ago or within the last few years.

Key features include: — an online global network — a professional development training programme, offering refresher courses and careers strategy workshops and talks

— a mentoring scheme for recent graduates — an annual concert and social event calendar

Membership is free to all Alumni who have studied at the Academy for a minimum of one year. Alumni pay competitive rates for a range of concert, social and training events. For more details please telephone 020 7873 7390 or email The Alumni Network: Keeping the Academy relevant.

How to find us

The Academy stands at the edge of Marylebone Village on Marylebone Road, a few minutes’ walk from either Baker Street or Regent’s Park tube station.

Disabled access Museum: ramped access via the side entrance. David Josefowitz Recital Hall: there is ramped access via the side entrance to the museum and wheelchairs can be easily accommodated. Duke’s Hall: wheelchair access is also through the side entrance to the museum. Concert Room, Recital Room and Sir Jack Lyons Theatre: these are all accessed by staircases and disabled people may require assistance.

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