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Royal College of Music

Music conservatoire in South Kensington, London

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The Royal College of Music is a conservatoire established by royal charter in 1882, located in South Kensington, London, UK. It offers training from the undergraduate to the doctoral level in all aspects of Western Music including performance, composition, conducting, music theory and history. The RCM also undertakes research, with particular strengths in performance practice and performance science. The college is one of the four conservatories of the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music and a member of Conservatoires UK. Its buildings are directly opposite the Royal Albert Hall on Prince Consort Road, next to Imperial College and among the museums and cultural centres of Albertopolis.

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What is Royal College of Music known for?

Our answer to this is to show you the disciplines in which a school's faculty and alumni have had the highest historical influence. A school may be influential in a discipline even if they do not offer degrees in that area. We've organized two lists to show where they are influential and offer corresponding degrees, and where they are influential through scholarship although they don't offer degrees in the disciplines.

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Influential People

Who are Royal College of Music's Most influential alumni?

Royal College of Music 's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Education, Literature, and History

Thomas Allen

English operatic baritone

Thurston Dart

British musicologist

Michael Finnissy

British composer and pianist

Richard Addinsell

English film score composer

George Butterworth

British composer

Andrew Gourlay

Andrew Gourlay

British conductor

J. Peter Robinson

Film score composer

Clara Butt

British singer

David Helfgott

David Helfgott

Australian concert pianist

Roger Norrington

Roger Norrington

British conductor

Howard Griffiths

British conductor

Andrew Davis

British conductor