Brexit Update

The UK (including Scotland) may soon be leaving the EU –  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 being regularly updated.

Join the RCS Board of Governors

Are you passionate about the performing arts? The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland is seeking applications from individuals to join its Board as non-executive Governors, and members of Committees, over the next 12 months.

Graduate of the Month: Ryan Sullivan

Ryan Sullivan graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in 2015 with a first class honours degree in music performance, having been awarded the Leverhulme Trust Scholarship and several major prizes. The 26-year-old has since embarked upon an international teaching career in Spain and Qatar, currently teaching at Doha College, one of the leading British


Powered by performance – not-to-be-missed new spring/summer season at RCS

Powered by passion and performance, the professionals-in-training at Scotland’s national conservatoire unleash an eclectic and electrifying new season – and it’s three months of not-to-be-missed music, drama, dance, opera and musical theatre. Expect sumptuous symphony and jazz orchestras and experimental electronics, bold new dance works and powerful drama productions as well as the UK staged


Graduate of the Month: Lorn Macdonald

Lorn Macdonald (BA Acting 2015) could be forgiven for not knowing which day of the week it is. Fresh from the UK premiere of Beats, the big-screen adaptation of Kieran Hurley’s hit stage show, Lorn can also been seen in Shetland on our television screens.

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