A touring exhibition from the House of Austrian History, in partnership with the Royal Academy of Music Museum. Free entry.
Join the Museum Curator, Gabrielle Gale, and the Curator of Instruments, Barbara Meyer, for a guided tour of this temporary touring exhibition, which comes to the Academy from the House of Austrian History, located in Vienna. It tells the extraordinary stories of two violinists, a father and daughter, who suffered persecution during the Holocaust and who both played exceptionally fine instruments. Arnold Rosé lived out his days in exile in London and Alma perished in Auschwitz-Birkenau in 1944. Also on display are items from the Academy’s own collections.
Free, no tickets required. Maximum 15 people.