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. Find out more...
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. Find out more...
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.
CONDUCTING FOR OPERA
The Royal Opera House, along with the National Opera Studio and the Royal Philharmonic Society is piloting a week long conducting course for opera conducting. Find out more...
Colin Lawson, Director of the Royal College of Music: The dynamic cultural advocacy of the RPS makes an incalculable contribution to British musical life.
DID YOU KNOW?
From 1819 the Society’s home was the Harmonic Institution built by John Nash in Regents Street. The building was destroyed by fire in 1830 and is now the site of a NatWest Bank.