• ROSL AT HOME

    Sharing creativity with you, wherever you are

Today's ROSL at Home video features another alumni of the Annual Music Competition, harpist Gwenllian Llyr who won the ROSL Len Lickorish Memorial Prize for a String Player at the 2018 edition of compeition. Here, she performs her own composition, Ffantasi ar Calon Lan. 

Tune in to our latest ROSL at Home video as saxophonist Jonathan Radford, winner of Gold Medal winner at the 2018 Annual Music Competition, performs his own arrangement of Barber's haunting Adagio for Strings for you from isolation, featuring five Jonathans in concert! 

Artist Francis Martin returns for his third Draw at Home video. Following along with him as he takes you through the techniques needed to successfully master drawing hollow cylindrical objects. All you need is a pen and paper to get involved and start improving your drawing skills.

Leo Popplewell, winner of the Ensembles prize as part of the Mithras Trio at the 2019 Annual Music Competition, returns with his second video. This time, he takes to the piano as well as the cello, to perform his own composition 'A Boundless Moment', a setting of a poem by Robert Frost, about false hope and nostalgia.

Pianist Dominic Degavino, winner of the Keyboard Prize at the 2018 Annual Music Competition and Ensemble Prize at the 2019 Annual Music Competition as part of the Mithras Trio, plays Debussy's Preludes Book 1, No.8 La fille aux cheveux de lin and No.5 Les collines d'Anacapri from home. 

In our latest Draw at Home video, learn the secrets of portraiture from Josie Deighton. The Royal Drawing School graduate, artist and teacher, who you may remember from life drawing classes at the clubhouse last year, shares her knowledge of drawing portraits in this easy to follow video. 

Violinist Eleanor Corr, winner of the ROSL Strings Prize at this year's Annual Music Competition plays Joc from Baladă și joc for Two Violins by Ligeti, quite a feat when in isolation! Watch her perform alongside herself and keep an eye out on the news to see when she will be returning to compete for the Gold Medal at the AMC later in the year. 

Hong Kong flautist Sirius Chau, winner of the first Section Final at this year's Annual Music Competition, took home the ROSL Dyers Company Award for Woodwind in memory of Lady Barbirolli back in February. While at home, he plays Telemann's Fantasie No.3 in B minor for solo flute for you. 

Join artist Francis Martin for the second of his draw-at-home videos. This time, he will take you through the steps needed to draw folds in fabric. All you need to join in is a pencil, paper and a piece of fabrict! Francis will be back with more videos before joining us at the clubhouse later in the year for a class. 

Get your morning off to an invigorating start by watching cellist Leo Popplewell, winner of 2019 Ensembles Prize with the Mithras Trio at last year's Annual Music Competition, as he plays the Moto perpetuo e Canto quarto from Benjamin Britten's Cello Suite No. 1 Op. 72.