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Graduate of the Month: Fergus McCreadie

Fergus McCreadie (BMus Jazz 2018) is one of Scotland’s most exciting young artists. Awarded the Best Instrumentalist Award at the Scottish Jazz Awards aged only 20, his debut album, Turas, has earned Fergus and his trio widespread praise.

Brexit Update

The UK (including Scotland) may soon be leaving the EU – this could be as soon as 29 March 2019 in a process known as Brexit. There is still a great deal of uncertainty as to what will happen and what the impacts may be. The Scottish Government has a general information website which is

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Professor Jeffrey Sharkey, Principal of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, comments on the Scottish Parliament Education and Skills Committee’s report into music education in schools

Commenting on the Scottish Parliament Education and Skills Committee’s newly published report into music education in schools, Professor Jeffrey Sharkey, Principal of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland said: “While this report is welcome and much-needed recognition of the scale of the challenges and barriers to young people across Scotland accessing progressive music education, it must

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Under the Spotlight: Kathy Doolan

Alumna Kathy Doolan (DRSAMD 1974) was enjoying a successful career in teaching after graduating from Scotland’s national conservatoire. While raising her children, she saw how music aided their development and spotted a gap in the market for a new business in her local community.

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