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Royal Academy of Music

The Royal Academy of Music was founded in 1822, the first public institution in Britain where musical performance was taught as a specialism, and was incorporated by Royal Charter in 1830.

The Academy enjoys a prime location in central London, alongside Regent's Park. Facilites, which include the 450-seat Duke's Hall and a modern Theatre, were expanded in 2001 with the opening of a new 150-seat recital hall and the York Gate Collections, a public museum of musical instruments and artefacts from the Academy's prestigious collections.

The Academy's students, who make up a vibrant community in which over fifty countries are represented, follow diverse programmes ranging from performance to composition, jazz, media, musical theatre and Royal Academy Opera.

The Academy collaborates with other conservatoires world-wide, including participating in the SOCRATES student and staff exchange programme. In 1991 the Academy became the first conservatoire in Britain to introduce a fully-accredited degree in Performance Studies. In September 1999, the Academy was the first conservatoire to become a full constituent college of the University of London.



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