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Articles categorised as "Learning"

RM19 vocal group creates and stages new work inspired by Verdi’s Requiem at FUSED Festival

1 July 2014

The group of 11 to 25-year-olds compose, design and stage A Little Thing Called Life in conjunction with a number of artists.

Roundup: Inside Dialogues des Carmélites’s community ensemble

12 June 2014

As the curtain falls on Dialogues des Carmélites, a look at a remarkable project.

What pieces of music should every child hear?

4 June 2014

With the importance of music in education once more in the headlines, what music would you ensure everyone had access to?

Why is dance so important for young people?

24 May 2014

Ahead of this weekend’s Chance to Dance performance, we asked a participant, teacher and a Royal Ballet Soloist why experiencing dance at a young age is so valuable.

Fanfare Competition: Let the trumpets sound!

15 May 2014

Our 2014 Fanfare winners share their experiences of the competition.

Filmmaking competition launches - A Sense of Place

12 May 2014

Royal Opera House Bridge supports opportunities for 7 to 19-year-olds in Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Essex and North Kent.

ROH Bridge funding available for teaching schools

10 May 2014

Up to £7,000 available to strengthen and develop cultural learning across Teaching Schools Alliances.

New apprenticeships offered at the ROH

6 May 2014

We're currently recruiting for eight new apprentices, with opportunities across our backstage and technical departments.

Verdi's Requiem comes to Thurrock in July 2014

1 May 2014

Performance will unite two British choruses and two French orchestras in a celebration of one of Verdi's masterpieces.

Students set the challenge of designing for The Sleeping Beauty

30 April 2014

National Skills Academies from across the UK took part in the 2014 Design Challenge, with impressive results.

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