Royal Academy of Music

Royal Academy of Music

The Royal Academy of Music, located in the heart of London, trains nearly 700 students annually in over 20 musical disciplines.

Attuning Students to the Sound of Music

Royal Academy of Music

The Royal Academy of Music was established by John Fane, formerly Lord Burghersh, in 1822 and granted a Royal Charter in 1830. As the oldest conservatoire in Britain, the Academy is dually inspired by musical traditions of the past while driven to generate future innovations. Today, it offers students from more than 50 countries pre-professional undergraduate and postgraduate musical training. The Academy's rigorous and diverse academic programs have produced esteemed alumni such as Lesley Garrett, Sir Elton John, and Annie Lenox. In addition to its academic programs, the institution hosts countless free public concerts, masterclasses, and research forums each year. It is also home to the Royal Academy of Music Museum and Library, two publicly accessible institutions committed to highlighting music's power and potential. Through these varied program components, the Royal Academy of Music champions the study and appreciation of musical creation.

GRoW Support

2006

Operations - Scholarship Fund

2005

Operations - Scholarship Fund