Thinking about studying the recorder professionally?
Come to the Recorder Open Day at the Royal College of Music on Friday the 3rd of November for a taster of what the Historical Performance Faculty has to offer. Admission is free!
14:00 – 14:45 Contemporary consort with Julien Feltrin
14:45 – 17:45 Short 1-1 lessons (30 minutes with each professor)
17:45 – 18:30 Renaissance consort with María Martínez Ayerza
18:30 – 19:00 Department presentation and Q&A + Meet the students
Recorder professors: Ashley Solomon, Julien Feltrin, María Martínez Ayerza
Apply by the 1st of November by writing to hannahprestonrcmacuk (hannahprestonrcmacuk)
Questions about the Open Day: mariamartinezrcmacuk (mariamartinezrcmacuk)
Study the recorder at the Royal College of Music, London
Get lessons from three specialist teachers on Early, Baroque and Contemporary repertoire
Yearly Flauto Dolce Festival, a major 2-day event in early July
Masterclasses with visiting professor Walter van Hauwe alongside first-rank musicians, recently Dorothee Oberlinger, Paul Leenhouts, Hester Groenleer and Eva Gemeinhardt
Unlimited chamber music coaching
Access to 18th-century music coaching from Florilegium, our Ensemble in Association
Extensive performance opportunities inside and outside RCM
Plus all the benefits from RCM Historical Performance Faculty: classes, projects, Baroque orchestra and collaboration with the RCM studios, composers, multidisciplinary projects, etc.