The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland has a number of highly successful corporate partnerships with organisations who share our passion for excellence. These partnerships play a part in nurturing exceptional emerging artists and performers.
We are proud of our partnerships with organisations such as Gleneagles and Amazon Prime Video which support students and the wider arts community whilst also demonstrating their commitment to fostering young creative talent.
We are delighted to have been chosen as one of only a handful of partners for Amazon’s Prime Video Pathway programme. Prime Video Pathway is a first-of-its-kind, multifaceted training initiative designed to open up access to jobs in the TV and film industry across the UK.
“Growing and diversifying the UK’s film and television talent pool is a key focus as we continue to produce more original programmes in the UK. It’s a privilege to work with fantastic collaborators at the RCS, and we encourage anyone with a passion for storytelling and the craft of TV and film to consider RCS and Prime Video Pathway as you plan your next steps in the industry”, Dan Grabiner, Head of UK Originals, Amazon Studios said of the initiative.
Starting in 2022, two Scottish students on the BA Production Arts and Design programme and two students on the BA Production Technology and Management programme will receive financial support for the duration of their studies at RCS.
Our eight-year partnership with luxury Perthshire hotel Gleneagles was created to support, celebrate and showcase the next generation of world-class performing artists trained in Scotland. This partnership, which includes initiatives at the newly created Gleneagles Townhouse in Edinburgh, supports RCS students through scholarship and performance opportunities. These include an annual sell-out festive performance in the Gleneagles ballroom where RCS’s modern ballet ensemble performs classical ballet repertoire in a glorious setting.
Partnering with the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, consistently ranked one of the top ten performing arts institutions in the world, is the ideal way to demonstrate meaningful corporate social responsibility.
To find out more about partnering with the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, please contact Julie Reynolds, Head of Fundraising and Alumni Relations – J.Reynolds2@rcs.ac.uk or call 07369 208267.