Proms 2019

Free Events

Free Events Events

  • Fri 19 Jul 2019

    • 17:00
      Imperial College Union

      A live Proms edition of BBC Radio 3’s In Tune, presented by Sean Rafferty.

      Also part of
      Proms 2019
      In Tune
  • Sat 20 Jul 2019

    • 17:45
      Imperial College Union

      An introduction to Smetana’s Má vlast with Czech-born former manager of the BBC World Service, Sir John Tusa.

      Also part of
      Proms 2019
      Proms Plus Talk
  • Sun 21 Jul 2019

    • 17:45
      Imperial College Union

      Fifty years after we first walked on the Moon, Richard Wiseman reflects on the deep footprint of those small steps.

      Also part of
      Proms 2019
      Proms Plus Talk
  • Mon 22 Jul 2019

    • 17:45
      Imperial College Union

      In the first of a series of talks focusing on Proms founder-conductor Henry Wood, musicologist and broadcaster Hannah French explores his relationship with the Royal Academy of Music, where he studied, and whose orchestra he trained for 20 years.

      Also part of
      Proms 2019
      Proms Plus Talk
  • Tue 23 Jul 2019

    • 17:45
      Imperial College Union

      BBC Radio 3 New Generation Thinker Daisy Fancourt asks if music can heal the mind and body.

      Also part of
      Proms 2019
      Proms Plus Talk
  • Wed 28 Nov 2018

    • 10:30
      Maida Vale Studios

      This Inspire CPD (Continuing Professional Development) day is aimed at KS3 and KS4 music teachers who are looking to expand and strengthen their skills in classroom composition teaching.

      Inspire CPD for teachers: London
  • Sat 8 Sep 2018

    • 16:30
      Imperial College Union

      Poet and presenter Ian McMillan hosts a special Last Night edition of his showcase of poetry and the spoken word, BBC Radio 3’s The Verb, with guests Michael Palin, Jason Singh, Anne Dudley and Mojdeh Stoakley.

      Also part of
      Proms 2018
      The Verb
  • Fri 7 Sep 2018

  • Thu 6 Sep 2018

    • 17:15
      Imperial College Union

      Join Director of the BBC Proms David Pickard, Controller of Radio 3 Alan Davey and Louise Halliday, Director of External Affairs for the Royal Albert Hall as they look back over the 2018 Proms season.

      Also part of
      Proms 2018
      Proms Plus Talk
  • Wed 5 Sep 2018

    • 17:45
      Imperial College Union

      Broadcaster and classicist Bettany Hughes and presenter Alex Clarke introduce readings from contemporary fictional incarnations of the epic stories behind Berlioz’s grand opera Les Troyens.

      Also part of
      Proms 2018
      Proms Reading