Women Conductors runs workshops across the UK, throughout the year.


Phase 1 is a two-day workshop for women, age 16+, wishing to become professional musicians / music teachers, who are in (or have recently finished) full-time education at conservatoire, music college or university, or are currently in sixth form planning to study music full-time.
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Phase 1.5 is a one-day workshop for female music professionals who've had little or no experience orchestral conducting and would like to increase their professional portfolio to include conducting.
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Phase 2 is a two-day workshop for female music professionals of all ages (minimum age 18) wishing to supplement their careers by adding conducting to their professional portfolios. 
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Please note: All workshops are independent from each other. for example, you do not have to have "completed" Phase 1 in order to be eligible for Phase 2.

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If you are able, please donate a little or a lot (time or money or expertise) to this fantastic programme. You can donate money here or let us know how you might be able to help at


Susan Bullock, Soprano: The work of the RPS is tireless and thanks to the Society, so many people have come to learn about, perform and understand music to the highest level.


An early member of the Society, who played in our first season in 1813, was the Afro-European violinist George Polgreen Bridgetower (1778-1860) – the original dedicatee of Beethoven’s Kreutzer Sonata.