To celebrate his 20th year as President of the Royal College of Music, the Prince of Wales commissioned a new award to present to an RCM student who has made an outstanding contribution to the wider community. The inaugural winner is Ruairi Glasheen, a percussionist from Cork, Ireland. Glasheen was praised for his work with the college’s Sparks education and outreach programme. Credit: YouTube/RCM London.
Video: Irish percussionist wins Royal College of Music award commissioned by Prince Charles
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