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RNCM shortlisted for Global Teaching Excellence Award

11 May 2018

The RNCM is one of 17 institutions from six countries shortlisted for a Global Teaching Excellence Award. Presented by Advance HE in association with Times Higher Education, the GTEAs recognise and celebrate institution-wide commitment to the pursuit of teaching excellence. They are open to all providers of higher education across the world, with 2018 attracting interest […]

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Professor Nicholas Reyland joins as Head of Undergraduate Programmes

10 May 2018

A very warm welcome to Professor Nicholas Reyland, who joined the RNCM this month as Head of Undergraduate Programmes. Professor Reyland studied Music at the University of Surrey before undertaking research at Cardiff University, where was awarded his doctorate in 2005. While completing his research degree part-time between 1998 and 2005, he worked full-time for […]

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RNCM Head of Operations made MBE

10 May 2018

Congratulations to Neil Bohanna, Head of Operations, who was made an MBE at Buckingham Palace by the Princess Royal on Wednesday 9 May. Neil joined the College in 2009 as Head of Estates, becoming Head of Operations in 2015. Over the past eight years he has overseen the refurbishment of the Carole Nash Recital Room, […]

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Applications open for RNCM String Quartet Studio

8 May 2018

We are looking for an inspirational, committed and ambitious string quartet to create the first RNCM String Quartet Studio. Based within our esteemed Chamber Music Department, this exciting new initiative will provide a unique opportunity for full immersion in string quartet training. Participating groups will strengthen repertoire knowledge, artistic identity, ensemble skills and performance experience through a […]

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Alumna wins Ferrier Song Prize

1 May 2018

Congratulations to soprano Catriona Hewitson, winner of the Ferrier Loveday Song Prize at the 2018 Kathleen Ferrier Competition. The 63rd competition took place at Wigmore Hall on 27 April and featured six finalists. Catriona (below, left) who graduated in 2014, won the Song Prize for her rendition of C by Poulenc. The first Ferrier Competition […]

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