The UK may be locked down once again but fear not, ROSL has plenty of only events coming up to keep you occupied wherever you live.
On 20 January, our 2015 ROSL AMC Gold Medalist Alexander Soares piano, returns to the Princess Alexandra Hall to delight us with a programme of Britten, Ravel and Bridge, livestreamed direct to you. Book here.
BBC diplomatic correspondent James Landale is one of the most esteemed journalists of the past three decades. The expert political reporter has been at the forefront of both international and national current affairs for the duration of his career, a testament to the stringent research, analysis and coverage of events he undertakes. On 26 January, his online talk will give insights on his career covering diplomacy and international relations for the BBC. Book here.
Saxophonist and 2014 ROSL AMC Gold Medalist Huw Wiggins is joined on 2 February by pianist Noriko Ogawa in the Princess Alexandra Hall for a special livestreamed concert, featuring works by Dariius Mihaud, Takashi Yoshimatsu, J.S. Bach and more. Book here.
And on 12 February, Henry Edmundson will discuss his new book After over five decades of trekking and climbing in the Himalayan mountains, Henry is in a position of authority to mark the changes that have occurred over time and how people from various walks of life have been impacted by them. Having developed an affinity and understanding of the people he has interacted and associated With remarkable pictures, illustrations and maps, Henry Edmundson has brought to life each of these stories [religion, science, politics, society]. Book here.
The library of past online events available to watch is also growing on the ROSL YouTube channel. Take a look here.