With the clubhouse closed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, we have all been finding ways to stay connected and engaged with the outside world. For the young musicians, artists and writers we have the privilege of supporting, it is also their aim to stay creative. 

As part of our new ROSL at Home series, you take a look below at some of the ways in which ROSL alumni are making sure their artistic output isn't diminished by the isolation we all find ourselves currently in. By giving this platform for ROSL alumni, whether they be from the Annual Music Competition, Visual Arts Scholarships or elsewhere, to connect with their audience, we can continue to support them while the walls of the Central Lounge aren't available as exhibition space, or the Princess Alexandra Hall isn't available as a concert venue.

To kick things off, 2018 Annual Music Competition Gold Medal winner Kris Garfitt treats us to a rendition of a former Eurovision winner, Visual Arts Scholar Cole Ndelu discusses how to stay positive in isolation and AMC alumni Helen Sherman performs a Percy Grainger folk song.

Make sure to regularly check www.rosl.org.uk/rosl-at-home, where we will be posting more from our family of young creatives, as well as ways you can get involved while you're at home!

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