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Not one, not two, but three milestones

This year marks fifty years since Charles Dutoit’s first performance with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra; since his first performance at Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall in May 1966, in a period Dutoit recalls as ‘an amazing time in London’. Now … Continue reading

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A conversation with Vasily Petrenko

This month, Vasily Petrenko (‘a conductor of crisp technical assurance and interpretive depth’ – San Francisco Chronicle) makes his debut with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall. Having worked with many of the world’s finest orchestras as … Continue reading

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Brian Wright on ‘the King Kong of requiems’

There is no more thrilling place to be, says conductor Brian Wright, than standing in the middle of Berlioz’s Grande Messe des Morts. So he’s in luck: on Monday 30 November, he and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra will perform the … Continue reading

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José Serebrier and the Golden Age

Hollywood comes to the Royal Albert Hall on Wednesday 4 November when the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra performs some of the greatest film scores from the Golden Age of the movies, under the inspired direction of legendary conductor José Serebrier. It … Continue reading

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Meet the Management: Liz Forbes (Concerts Director)

Tell us a bit about your working history with the RPO. After a period of time managing individual artists and then completing my MBA, I have spent the majority of my working life here at the RPO. Starting in an … Continue reading

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