Esther Yoo Violin Playlist

Esther Yoo Violin Playlist

Our Artist-in-Residence Esther Yoo has curated a list of her favourite violinists for us. You can listen listen on Spotify here, or in the box below.

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Support Your RPO: Leave a Legacy

Leave a Legacy

Empower the RPO to enhance its legacy, by leaving one of your own.

We are truly grateful to our supporters who leave a gift to the RPO in their Will. This helps to ensure that the happiness brought to them by the RPO during their lifetime is accessible to future generations. As you may be aware, Arts Council funding and ticket sales only cover part of our costs associated with producing the RPO’s outstanding performance and community projects. Thus, a legacy gift, however large or small, really makes a tangible difference to us.

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Pinchas Zukerman Summer Music Festival

Pinchas Zukerman Summer Classical Music Festival

One of the Summer's finest classical music festivals...

Phenomenal violinist and conductor Pinchas Zukerman joins the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra for what promises to be an exceptional series of orchestral and chamber concerts.

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Jessica Curry: I was taught that composers were dead white men

An Interview with Jessica Curry

“I was taught that composers were dead white men – I didn't realise someone like me could earn money writing music.”

Meet Jessica Curry: award-winning composer. She won a BAFTA for her music to PlayStation game Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture in 2015; it’s since had 12 million plays on Spotify.

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Latest News

  • Thursday 18 April 2019
    BBC Proms 2019 RPO Concert Announced
  • Wednesday 10 April 2019
    Tom Poster on moments of self-doubt to elation and the power of music
  • Wednesday 10 April 2019
    Diana Adamyan on Prokofiev's Russian lyrical soul

Latest Press

  • Monday 1 April 2019
    Francesca Dego "performing with the RPO? It's like driving a Ferrari"
  • Wednesday 23 January 2019
    Strokestra Features in The Washington Post
  • Thursday 17 January 2019
    Bromley emerges as a new home for orchestral music