Programmes across a range of instruments and specialisms: from opera to jazz, music therapy to composition
An intense family drama which explores the change from economic security to financial misfortune of the Great Depression.
A site-specific video projection and sound installation inside London’s greatest hidden space, created by artists from the Guildhall School’s BA in Video Design for Live Performance.
Set against the backdrop of the French Revolution, Poulenc’s 1956 opera follows the harrowing story of Blanche de la Force, a shy aristocrat who joins the Carmélite convent.
50 Guildhall School students and 200 community members involved in this year's festival celebrating the diversity and creative talent of East London
Barbican and the Guildhall School will together be a training centre for the National Open Youth Orchestra
A host of exciting concerts, productions and collaborations in the Guildhall spring 2018 season
Keynotes from Professor Geoffrey Crossick (Distinguished Professor of Humanities, SAS), Vikki Heywood CBE (Chairman, RSA) with response from Young Vic Artistic Director David Lan, and Helen Marriage MBE (Director, Artichoke).
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Find out what makes us Guildhall in this award-winning video (CASE 2017 Circle of Excellence Gold award)