In 2019, we are expanding our concert programme to include a new series called ROSL Rush Hour, at which we will present a diverse array of one-hour concerts specifically designed to help you take shelter from bustling streets of London in our beautiful Princess Alexandra Hall.
The series will feature some international artists, ROSL music alumni and exciting ensembles whose repertoire will cover excellent works from Beethoven to Gershwin, Weill to Schubert. These concerts will have something for everyone and are a perfect excuse to discover some new music.
Britten Sinfonia, one of the world’s most celebrated and pioneering ensembles, kicks off the series with works featuring the viola and clarinet at 6.30pm on Tuesday 2 April.
ROSL alumni returning to the Princess Alexandra Hall for the series include 2018 Annual Music Competition Gold MedallistJonathan Radford; 2018 Winners of the String Ensembles Prize, The Marmen Quartet; and winners of the 2017 AMC Mixed Ensembles section, Kabantu. Other artists include Scottish pianist Richard Michael, who will be romping through the musical DNA of jazz piano and The Pegasus Chamber Choir. So, join us for an hour on your way home from work, it will give you a great excuse to miss the crowds and a tune or two to hum all the way home.
Visit rosl.org.uk/events for more information on ROSL Rush Hour concerts.