Welcome to our School of Dance Open Day. We are delighted to welcome you here from across the world to share more about our conservatoire.
If you have any questions about studying at RCS please contact us at email@example.com.
– Ewan Hambleton, 2018 Graduate
Guest Artists often come in to RCS to teach repertoire, deliver workshops and talks about life as a dancer.
Guest teachers/choreographers include Glauco Di Lieto (repertoire and pas de deux), John McFall (ballet and choreographer), Aya Kobayashi (contemporary) and Sophie Martin (repertoire and ballet).
Read our blog post on when Paul Liburd MBE, world-respected dancer and choreographer, visited our students.
We would usually have this session in person but for today we have recorded this session with staff from across our Admissions and Student Recruitment department to talk through entrance requirements, fees and funding and student support. We hope this is useful and please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any further questions.
The MMus Piano for Dance programme, delivered in partnership with Scottish Ballet, offers a unique mix of professional tutelage and practical application, aimed at supporting the needs of each individual piano student. Dancers benefit from live musicians as it helps them develop their musicality and artistry.
Watch PfD Coordinator, Edward Cohen, introduce the MMus Piano for Dance programme.