International Artist Diploma

International Artist Diploma

Thursday, 1 February 2018, 11.55pm

9 months full-time
Conducting, 18 months full-time

The International Artist Diploma is designed for a small number of performers on the cusp of an international career in their chosen field. It will provide the most gifted students with advanced musical training to the highest level in performance or conducting, and high-profile performance opportunities with the BBC Philharmonic and the RNCM.

Solo Performance offers high-profile public performance opportunities, bespoke packages of intensive one-to-one tuition with a range of tutors, access to a professional pianist, and professional career development. Assessment is a full-evening public recital at the RNCM and a concerto with the BBC Philharmonic. There are a maximum of four places each year.

Chamber Music offers an exceptional programme of coaching including intensive group coaching, additional one-to-one tuition, preparation for high-profile concerts and competitions, the possibility of participation in the European Chamber Music Academy Programme (subject to audition), and specialist classes in presentation and communication skills. Assessment is two public full-evening recitals at the RNCM. A maximum of two ensembles are accepted each year.

Vocal Studies and Opera offers opportunities to work with renowned international coaches, directors and conductors, develop performance skills through intensive one-to-one coaching, vocal consultancy and language coaching, experience a wide range of classes focusing on stage skills, and major roles in the College’s opera productions.

Admission to the International Artist Diploma is by competitive audition. Entrants must demonstrate exceptional ability and potential for an international career.

All students accepted onto this programme will have their tuition fees covered in full.

See further details at the link below. 


Published on 15 December 2017

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