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Read the new Review magazine

Review magazine

The annual Review magazine has hit the shelves of the Royal Conservatoire and is packed with news, interviews and updates of the past year at Scotland’s national conservatoire.

Features include an interview with the Chairman Nick Kuenssberg as he reflects on his first year in his new role; spotlight interviews with Catriona Morison, Karen Cargill and Anush Hovhannisyan, three leading female opera singers who are taking the world by storm; a picture recap on this special 170th birthday celebration year for RCS; and a delve into the RCS Archives in an interview with Archives Officer Stuart Harris-Logan.

You can also have a flick through some of our favourite moments of 2017, such as graduation and a selection of some of the outstanding performances that took place over the year.

Read the new RCS Review Magazine here – we hope you enjoy this recap of 2017.

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News

Junior Conservatoire accordionist makes history with podium place at global music contest

An East Dunbartonshire performer has made history after becoming the youngest person – and first Scot – to secure a podium place at one of the world’s most prestigious accordion competitions. Musician Ryan Corbett was also the highest placed European participant after coming third in the Performer category at the recent Harbin Summer International Accordion

Graduation speech from Principal Jeffrey Sharkey

Graduation is always a highlight of the year at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. If you missed this special occasion you can watch the ceremonies here and below we have published the graduation address by Professor Jeffrey Sharkey, Principal of RCS, to the Class of 2018.  Honoured Guests, Graduates, Ladies and Gentlemen Thank you all