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Bachelor of Arts (Hons). Three years. Studies may include performance (Scottish instruments, piping, voice, dance), musical theatre. Bachelor of Music (Hons). Four years. Specialisation in performance (classical, jazz, early music, opera, traditional music, piping), composition, music history. Bachelor of Education (Hons) in Music. Four years.
Master of Music/Master of Arts in Music. Specialisation in performance (classical jazz, early music, opera), chamber music, piano accompaniment, composition, orchestral conducting, piano for dance, traditional music. The courses may be taken either as Master of Music (two years) or Master of Arts (one year). Master of Arts in Musical Theatre. Master of Music. In performance, Scottish music, orchestral conducting, opera, composition, arts management, sound engineering. Master of Philosophy. Doctor of Philosophy.
Artist Diploma. In performance, composition, research. Professional Graduate Diploma in Education (Music).
The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland was, until 1 September 2011, known as the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. It can trace its history back to the creation of the Glasgow Athenaeum in 1847. Facilities include the Stevenson Hall seating 360 people, a recital hall, many practice and rehearsal rooms, an organ room, the Groves recording studio and electronic music workshop. The purpose-built Alexander Gibson Opera School opened in 1998 and the Academy houses the New Athenaeum Theatre which seats 344 persons as well as several other performing spaces. There is an Orchestral Apprenticeship Scheme in partnership with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, as well as an active opera program and an early music program. Alexander technique is available, as are other wellness programs. Research degrees are validated and awarded by the University of St Andrews. The John Webb collection of brass wind instruments is one of the most significant assemblages in the world, with over 500 instruments being acquired in 2011. The Conservatoire organises a system of graded public examinations in traditional Scottish music on fiddle, accordion and Scottish harp. The honorary award of FRCS (Fellow of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland) is offered.The LRSM (Licentiate of the Royal Schools of Music) is offered through the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) and is available in composition, music in the school curriculum, teaching, performance, conducting and piano accompaniment. There is a Department of Continuing Education that offers performance, composition and other programs to part-time students. The DanceDramaFilm&Musicworks programs offer specialist short courses and summer schools. The Junior Conservatoire of Music organises weekly music classes for young people aged 7 to 18 as well as early year music for 1- to 7-year-olds. An active member of the Association Européenne des Conservatoires, Académies de Musique et Musikhochschulen.