October 252018

Royal Irish Academy of Music granted €9 million in public funding to transform its Dublin campus The redevelopment of RIAM’s Westland Row building will provide Ireland’s longest established music conservatoire with state-of-the-art facilities to train and inspire future generations of … read more

RIAM flute graduate wins Irish Freemasons Competition

October 152018

Amy Gillen, flute graduate of RIAM’s Bachelor in Music Performance programme, is the 2018 winner of the Irish Freemasons Young Musician of the Year Competition. In addition to the cash prize of €5,000, Amy will have radio broadcasts and a … read more

Creative Ireland Award for RIAM

October 52018

An initiative of the Creative Ireland Programme, the exciting details of the 30 initiatives and projects benefiting from the National Creativity Fund have been announced by Minister for Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Josepha Madigan TD. RIAM has been allocated … read more

Wigmore Hall announces residency with RIAM alumnus Robin Tritschler

October 32018

Tenor Robin Tritschler speaks of his plans for his Wigmore Hall residency and his early training at the RIAM, in this podcast with the Wigmore Hall’s Director, John Gilhooly. Podcast Robin Tritschler in Conversation with John Gilhooly read more

Naxos label releases recording of RIAM doctorate student

September 272018

RIAM doctorate student, Soo-Jung Ann, has released her first recording under the Naxos label. The recording, a selection of piano sonatas by Antonio Soler, is part of a series being produced by the label in partnership with the Maria Canals … read more