His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, President of the Royal College of Music, officially opened the newly transformed building during a special visit to the institution in December.
The 2021 Big Give Christmas Challenge broke the previous year’s achievement for the 11th year running.
Bob Wigley, a long-standing supporter of the RCM, held a celebratory concert with special guests including Danielle de Niese.
Violence against women, environmental issues and the digital landscape are just a few of the themes explored by recent RCM graduates.
A total of 26 musicians from the Royal College of Music Junior Department are joining the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain for 2022. This is a record number of RCMJD musicians selected for the orchestra in recent years.
Elgar’s trombone, a famous bust of Ralph Vaughan Williams and the earliest known portrait of Franz Liszt are just a few of the highlights of the new exhibition at the Royal College of Music Museum.
The Royal College of Music is delighted to have been selected to take part in the Big Give Christmas Challenge, the UK’s biggest match funding campaign, for the eleventh year.
The RCM has joined with three international partners to launch the Global Conservatoire.
The RCM is the first conservatoire in Europe to extend its digital resource offering in partnership with the Henle Library app.
Six new annual scholarships will support students, beginning in the 2021-22 academic year.
The 2020 Big Give Christmas Challenge resulted in a record £131,594 raised for the RCM Scholarships Fund.
The Royal College of Music has held its first virtual information event for those interested in legacy giving.
Royal College of Music named top institution for performing arts in the UK for sixth consecutive year and top in Europe.
RCM Junior Department student, Jacky Zhang, was awarded the first prize in the ‘UK Piano Open’ International Piano Competition which was held in London from 27–29 November 2020.
RCM researchers have co-authored a new textbook guiding musicians through the process of designing, conducting, analysing and communicating music research.
Members of the Royal College of Music community have been recognised in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours List.
The RCM's internationally renowned collection of musical materials has been awarded Designated status by Arts Council England.
The Centre for Performance Science has launched a study to investigate the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on professionals in the arts and culture sectors.
The RCM is proud to once again partner with The Big Give for their annual fundraising appeal.
Four RCM singers are to perform lead roles in a production of Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess in Vienna this October.
Performances from students and messages from Chairman Black and Director Colin Lawson featured in the College’s first virtual fundraising event.
Five Royal College of Music alumni have been nominated for this year’s Ivors Composer Awards.
This generous legacy gift will help enrich students’ lives and studies.
The RCM is delighted to have received a gift of ten Blüthner Model A upright pianos from the Alfred-Reinhold-Foundation.
A partnership between the RCM and The Innovation Consultancy Ltd will enable users to rehearse and perform virtually in a range of major UK venues.
Five RCM musicians have been announced as LPO Foyle Future First members for 2020/21 and one RCMJD musician joins the LPO Junior Artist scheme this year.
The RCM was placed first among UK conservatoires for music for the second consecutive year.
HRH The Prince of Wales honours Sir Antonio Pappano, Jonas Kaufmann and other celebrated musicians at RCM ceremony
The new partnership with the digital sheet music library offers students access to hundreds of thousands of scores.
The series, entitled ‘The Modern Musician: Past, Present and Future’, is designed to explore the music industry today and how its future might evolve.
A collaboration with the Committee of Chinese Musical Instrument Museums and Collections has ensured around 200 ancient musical instruments from the collection of the Hunan Museum in Changsha, China is accessible online.
Scholarship designed to remove financial barriers for talented singers from around the world to study full-time at the Royal College of Music Opera Studio.
Manuscripts and music books, including scores by RCM composers Samuel Coleridge-Taylor and Elizabeth Maconchy, have been restored.