List of Royal Academy of Music people

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This is a list of Royal Academy of Music people, including principals, alumni, and professors and teachers of the Royal Academy of Music, London.

Principals[edit]

Complete list of Principals.[1]

Alumni[edit]

More alumni can be found at Category:Alumni of the Royal Academy of Music

Professors and teachers[edit]

More former and present teachers can be found at Category:Academics of the Royal Academy of Music

Honours[edit]

Past and present Honorary Members of the Royal Academy of Music (Hon RAM)[edit]

  • The Honorary Membership of the Royal Academy of Music (Hon RAM) is awarded to distinguished musicians who did not attend the Royal Academy of Music (at college level).[29]

Past and present Fellows of the Royal Academy of Music (FRAM)[edit]

A more comprehensive list is at Category:Fellows of the Royal Academy of Music

Honorary Doctorates (Hon DMus)[edit]

  • Sir Simon Rattle (2011, Honorary Doctorate of the University of London)
  • Daniel Barenboim (2010, Honorary Doctorate of the University of London)
  • Sir Colin Davis (2002, Honorary Doctorate of the University of London)
  • Sir Elton John (2002, Honorary Doctorate of the University of London)[47]

Past and present Honorary Fellows of the Royal Academy of Music (Hon FRAM)[edit]

Honorary Associate of the Royal Academy of Music (Hon ARAM)[edit]

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