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Composer and musician Errollyn Wallen joins RWCMD as artist in residence

On Nov 4th at a concert celebrating her work at Cardiff’s St David’s Hall, composer, musician and RWCMD Fellow Errollyn Wallen, one of the most inspirational international artists, was welcomed as the College’s artist in residence.

Race Council Cymru’s Uzo Iwobi announced as RWCMD’s first International Chair of Diversity

The Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama has just announced that Uzo Iwobi OBE, Chief Executive Officer of Race Council Cymru, is its inaugural Hodge International Chair of Diversity.

The Benedetti Sessions: A weekend with Nicola Benedetti

This month the College welcomed back international violinist Nicola Benedetti for a weekend of activities, masterclasses and recitals.

Royal Welsh College announces The Foyle Opera Rara Collection

This week, together with Opera Rara, the Royal Welsh College has announced the acquisition of The Foyle Opera Rara Collection, a major collection of historical research material relating to 19th-century Italian opera and a unique resource of international significance for scholars and performers.

A celebration fit for a Prince: RWCMD’s royal performance for His Royal Highness

The Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama today hosted a special performance, attended by His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, in celebration of his 70th birthday.

Patrick King is new Head of Percussion at RWCMD

Patrick King has been appointed as the Royal Welsh College’s new Head of Percussion. Patrick, who is currently Principal Timpanist with Welsh National Opera, has been coordinating the department for the last two years.

HRH Prince of Wales becomes President of Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama

It was announced last night that the Royal Welsh College’s Patron, HRH The Prince of Wales, will become its President from July this year, joining a small group of organisations who share this honour.

Music students collaborate with the Manchester Collective

It’s the first week of term and Music students hit the ground running as the Manchester Collective gave them a week of inspiring African-flavoured workshops.

‘On the Move:’ Taking Brass out on the road

The College’s Brass department hit the road for the first time last term with On the Move, helping young people from all backgrounds across South Wales to access the performing arts.

Superbrass weekend: A College takeover with RWCMD Brass

The College handed the reigns to its brass department for a weekend packed with performances, workshops and bratwurst!