We are in unprecedented times and coming together as a community and supporting each other has never been more important. Here at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, we firmly believe that the performing arts have the ability to bring people together, spread joy and heal the deepest divisions; our work and that of our staff and students has never been so vital.
But we are facing an uncertain future and can only continue to play our part in providing first class arts education and performance with the help of our valued supporters and friends. If you can, please donate; you can become a Company of Donors member from just £4 a month.If you would like to talk to a member of our Development Team about donating, please contact Head of Fundraising, Julie Reynolds on firstname.lastname@example.org
We believe firmly that once the worst of this situation is over, the hope and joy offered by the performing arts throughout the world will be in more demand than ever.
Every donation RCS receives goes to enhancing the student experience. Whether it’s through a tuition-fee scholarship, support to purchase instruments or creating improved facilities and resources for student use every penny donated supports the next generation of artists studying here in Glasgow.
A conservatoire education is not an easy path; conservatoire courses demand students follow an intensive programme of study, with most free time dedicated to practising or performing with the artist constantly refining and honing their craft. Often there is not much free time for additional paid work and resources for the performing arts are expensive. However, it is through our students’ commitment and passion, combined with the best learning and teaching resources and facilities, that ensures RCS produces some of the finest musicians, dramatists, dancers, production artists and filmmakers in the country.