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]

A 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 up to 300 distinguished musicians who did not attend the Royal Academy of Music (at college level).[31]

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 Thomas Allen (2014, Honorary Doctorate of the University of London)
  • Daniel Barenboim (2010, Honorary Doctorate of the University of London)
  • Pierre Boulez (2010, Honorary Doctorate of the University of London)
  • Sir Colin Davis (2002, Honorary Doctorate of the University of London)
  • Sir Mark Elder (2012, Honorary Doctorate of the University of London)
  • Sir Elton John (2002, Honorary Doctorate of the University of London)[49]
  • Sir Ralph Kohn (2014, Honorary Doctorate of the University of London)
  • Sir Charles Mackerras (2005, Honorary Doctorate of the University of London)
  • Sir George Martin (2011, Honorary Doctorate of the University of London)
  • Sir Peter Maxwell Davies (2006, Honorary Doctorate of the University of London)
  • Sir Simon Rattle (2011, Honorary Doctorate of the University of London)
  • Gennady Rozhdestvensky (2013, Honorary Doctorate of the University of London)
  • Stephen Sondheim (2010, Honorary Doctorate of the University of London)

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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