The London Russian Music School unites under one roof a music school based on Russian pedagogical tradition, a performing venue and a home of the London International Chamber Orchestra - a professional orchestra affiliated with the school, and made up of professional musicians of exceptional talent. The school has a beautiful concert venue at St Mark’s Church, Hamilton Terrace with a Fazioli Grand Piano.
The pupils of the LRMS have access to professional music education from their early years. When they join the School, they become part of a big "music family" for which music is a way of existence rather than merely another subject to study. Our programme of study is based on Russian system and includes two instrumental lessons per week, solfeggio, harmony, composition, chamber music and choral training. The emphasis is on getting to know and explore a wide and diverse repertoire.
All our pupils are given regular opportunities to perform in public, and those who demonstrate exceptional dedication to music are given further opportunities to perform alongside professional musicians, to play with the orchestra and to appear at prestigious concert venues. Our pupils regularly perform in charity concerts and other cultural events. The highlight of each term is an End of Term Concert usually at St Mark's Church, in which all pupils perform.
The teaching staff at the LRMS are drawn from professional musicians of exceptional talent, many of whom combine teaching with flourishing concert careers.
You can see a list of our staff here .
Part of the School's life is a professional series of concerts at St Mark's, Hamilton Square and other London concert venues, run by the School. Attending these concerts, the children are introduced to the best of classical music performed by both gifted young soloists and musicians of high standing, The children's horizons are extended by exposure to all types of concerts - solo recitals, chamber music and orchestral performances. Also included in our series are family concerts. You can see the information about our past and future concerts here.
We strive to provide music education of exceptional quality and to share the wonderful experience of classical music with as many music enthusiasts as possible. To do this, we need your help and support. Please contact our Administrator Emily-Rose Swirlesque on [email protected] to discuss our fundraising projects and how you can become involved.