the prestigious collection of the royal philharmonic orchestra is now a machiavelli music exclusive

The prestigious collection of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is now a Machiavelli Music exclusive!

Your video productions deserve a 'Royal' soundtrack.

The prestigious collection of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is now a Machiavelli Music exclusive!

In 2021 the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra celebrated its 75th anniversary.

In 2022, the entire Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Collection becomes part of the Machiavelli Music repertoire: as of today, we exclusively manage the rights of the entirecatalogue, consisting of 120 albums, worldwide.

Over 1100 recordings available for synchronization in yourfilms, videos, commercials, TVproductions, corporate, social campaigns...

Listen here to the RPO playlist.

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is currently considered one of the most prestigious in the world and consistently receives rave reviews from critics. With more than 200 concerts perseason and a worldwide audience of over half a million, the Orchestra embraces a wide repertoire that allows it to reach a diverse audience. Highlights include orchestral performances of well-known film soundtracks - The Godfather, Dr No, From Russia With Love, Goldfinger (James Bond), As Time Goes By (the theme from Casablanca), DrZhivago, The Big Country, High Noon, Bonanza - to name but a few, as well as historic Christmas Carol (Shepherds Pipe Carol, The Snowman, Nativity Carol, Twinkle Twinkle Little Star...) and performances of musicals (No No Nanette, West Side Story. .) and iconic songs such as Marilyn's I Wanna Be Loved By You.

The challenge of recording excellence
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Collection, conducted by world-renowned conductors such as Sir Charles Mackerras and Lord Menuhin, was recorded with the latest digital technology. One of the most ambitious classical music recording challenges, started in 1993, the project has grown into a collection of over 150 albums of the best classical music available on the market. The exceptional technical quality of this recording was achieved by using state-of-the-art audio technology to capture the sound of an entire symphony orchestra with unparalleled clarity. Up to forty-eight strategically placed microphones ensure that every instrument in the orchestra can be enjoyed throughout the recording.

Music as a catalyst for inclusion
The RPO's catalogue is distinguished by the quality of its recordings, the orchestra's rootedness in history and its forward-looking mission: to enrich people's lives through unique orchestral experiences. The RPO aims to place orchestral music at the heart of contemporary society by collaborating with creative partners to promote deeper engagement with communities, ensuring that live orchestral music is accessible to an inclusive and diverse audience.

A History of Great Conductors
In keeping with the tradition started by Sir Thomas Beecham, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra continues to be closely associated with some of the world's finest conductors and soloists. After Sir Thomas's death in 1961, Rudolf Kempe became music director. Two years later, the orchestra chose to become an autonomous body, with its members forming a limited company. In 1966, Her Majesty the Queen awarded the orchestra the title of Royal. Rudolf Kempe remained with the orchestra until 1965. During this period the Orchestra formed musical relationships with Sir Malcolm Sargent and Sir Charles Groves. Since 1975 its music directors have been Antal Dorati, Walter Weller, André Previn and Vladimir Ashkenazy.

Daniele Gatti, Music Director of the Accademia di Santa Cecilia in Rome and Principal Guest Conductor of the Royal Opera in Covent Garden, was appointed Music Director of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra as of September 1996

The Times:“The RPO, currently riding high, is in superb form: strings negotiate tricky passagework dexterously and brassblazes confidently.”