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Announcing a new partnership with Dumfries House

HRH The Duke of Rothesay has officially launched a new partnership between RCS and Dumfries House which will widen access to the performing arts for young people in Scotland.

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Dumfries House and RCS partnership launch

See more images from the launch of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Dumfries House partnership

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RCS nominated for two Scottish Culture Awards

We are delighted to see RCS nominated for Best Performing Arts Venue and Cultural Event of the Year at the Herald's Scottish Culture Awards

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Applications now open

weekly and weekend courses 2016/2017 for adults, children and young people

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RCS students named as National Opera Studio Young Artists

RCS graduating students Penelope Cousland and Grace Durham named as newest members of the National Opera Studio's Young Artists programme

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Former Leverhulme Fellow appointed as new Assistant Conductor of RSNO

Holly Mathieson will return to Glasgow to take up new prestigious post at the Royal National Scottish Orchestra

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RCS at the Fringe

4-28 Aug
Come see us at the festival!
Students from the MA Musical Theatre programme are heading to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this August to present 3 great productions.

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Message from the Principal

Professor Jeffrey Sharkey's message to students and staff on the EU referendum vote

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Get the Royal Treatment

Want to see more of the fantastic performances at the Conservatoire without spending a right royal fortune? Sign up for a Royalty Card today and get discounts, bonuses and more.

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Apply for a James McAvoy Scholarship

Anyone who lives in Scotland and is aged 25 or under can apply for a scholarship to study a short drama course at RCS.

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