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Conservatoire style training is intensive, practical and demanding. You can usually expect that the time you will spend in taught sessions will be considerable with self-led work and performances expected outside of these and a longer teaching year than many more traditional university style courses.


Committing to training in this way requires a great deal of personal discipline and motivation.


Training will be primarily practical and 'hands on'. The skills you will develop will have clear value in a professional context when you graduate.


Working collaboratively with your peers is fundamental to this training, as well as focusing on your own individual and personal development as an artist /practitioner.


The guiding hallmarks and principles which underpin the conservatoire programmes and courses available at our member schools can be found here.