Top Stories

Laura Donnelly

We catch up with graduate Laura Donnelly following her Best Actress award at this year’s Oliviers.

Keenan Fletcher

From Jamaica to Sadler’s Wells: one dancer’s epic journey.

Svetlina Stoyanova

We find out how mezzo-soprano Svetlina Stoyanova is settling in to her dream job.

Leading the World

In 2018, the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland was recognised as one of the world’s top 10 performing arts institutions by QS World University Rankings.

Dance Master: Paul Liburd

Dancer and choreographer Paul Liburd spent a week at RCS to work with the Modern Ballet students on their graduation performance. Linda Robertson sits in on a class and watches the dance master at work.

Student successes

The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland attracts the world’s most talented and committed students to Glasgow. Mark Good looks back at some of our student successes in 2017/18.

The Trailblazers

The first cohort of the UKs only degree for D/deaf performers made history when they graduated in July. Linda Robertson asks what’s next for this groundbreaking group?

Setting the scene

Production students are the backstage stars who bring the magic of theatre to life. Linda Robertson goes behind the scenes to discover what it takes to stage a showstopper at RCS.

Five Star Festival Fun

From five-star reviews to cultural creative conversations, Linda Innes reports on this year’s festival highlights.

Letters from America

How love letters of the Fitzgeralds allowed the Royal Conservatoire to reach new international audiences.

Graduation

A day of celebration and achievement, take a look at some of the photos from the big day.

All That Jazz

The partnership between the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Gleneagles continues to thrive, and this year includes the support of another Gleneagles Scholar, alongside the creation of a new Gleneagles Ensemble.

Widening Access to the Arts in the North East

This year, The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland joined in partnership with Aberdeenshire Council to bring high quality perorming arts education to the north east.

Heard it through the grapevine

Corney & Barrow is one of the oldest independent wine merchants in the UK, why does it choose to support the work of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland?

A family recipe for success

Meet the father-daughter duo behind La Bonne Auberge who are passionate advocates of the performing arts.