Programmes across a range of instruments and specialisms: from opera to jazz, music therapy to composition
Featuring showcase performances from some of the School’s most accomplished chamber groups and renowned performers from the Chamber Music Faculty
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Guildhall’s second doctoral Composer-in-Residence premieres Royal Opera House co-commission and one of the first operas to feature cantorial music, at Hackney Empire
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The classic musical is the story of Tevye, a poor milkman and father of five daughters, and the struggles he faces to maintain the traditions of his Jewish culture and religion in early twentieth-century Imperial Russia.
Joon Yoon and fellow finalists Ljubica Stojanovic and Dan-Iulián Drutac were accompanied by the Guildhall Symphony Orchestra, conducted by James Judd.
Our programme of short courses in music, drama, technical theatre or collaborative performing arts offers a range of opportunities for people of all ages to explore the arts.