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Royal Academy of Music
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Royal Academy of Music

The Royal Academy of Music is a music school in London, England. It was founded by Lord Burghersh in 1822 and in 1830 was granted a Royal Charter by King George IV.

Past students include Arthur Sullivan, Henry Wood, Hugh Marchant, Devika Rani, David Martin, Harrison Birtwistle, John Barbirolli and Simon Rattle.

In 1999 the Academy became a full member of the largest British university, the University of London.

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Recognized bodies of the University of London
Birkbeck | Goldsmiths | Heythrop | Imperial | Institute of Cancer Research | Institute of Education; | King's | London Business School; | LSE | London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; | Queen Mary | Royal Academy of Music; | Royal Holloway; | Royal Veterinary College; | St George's; | SOAS | School of Pharmacy; | UCL
Listed bodies
British Institute in Paris | Courtauld Institute of Art | School of Advanced Study | University Marine Biological Station, Millport