Royal Academy Of Music
Marylebone Road, London NW1 5HT
Phone:020-78737373 Website: www.ram.ac.uk Map richx
This is a great place to come and hear music at a very reasonable price. Some of the events are even free! There is also something inspirational about watching young student performers as they hone their craft at performing. There are many events throughout the academic year; these are listed on the Academy website; alternatively, you can call them and they will send you the diary of events for each semester. The main hall is beautiful; chandeliers adorn the ceiling. The standard of music-making (more...)korenj
If you love music or film and are a thrifty person looking for a unique experience, this is the place for you!
This is a place that can totally make you glad you are in london for a short or long period of time because the experience is terrific.
The academy of music offers FREE concerts every once in a while for the public to attend and the performers are TEENAGERS. They are very gifted individuals capable of producing beautiful music. The theatre/hall is in itself a museum of sorts beca (more...)dtofano
I went to the Royal Academy of Music to attend the FREE performance of the Junior Symphony.
IT WAS AMAZING!!
The children were very talented and played some fabulous pieces of music. It felt like I was listening to the sound track of a film like Star Wars, Jaws, Indiana Jones, or Lord of the Rings!
The venue is in a beautiful hall full of portraits and chandeliers which creates a magical atmosphere.
The performers were very talented teenagers who played every instrument imaginable (more...)vixff
Every single day, there seems to be somehting going on at the royal academy of music. Often many of their concerts will be free of charge, which is amazing seeing as the musicians there are of amazing quality. I recently saw a concert there, and definately found it a very entertaining enjoyable experience. With the oppurtunity of lunchtime concerts, it is possible to go in to have a nice place to read a book whilst listening to the music, but generally the standard is so high, you wont be able t (more...)Bobbie (...it's not really)
The Royal Academy of Music is one of the worlds leading performer training institutions and is located at the junction where Marylebone Road meets Marylebone High Street. For me this is one of the real hidden gems of London as the institution holds concerts almost every day without fail. Some of these are small and are really mock concerts wit a few audience members but every few weeks there are large concerts held in the Dukes Hall which is next-door. The concerts are of a world class standard (more...)