Address: Manchester, England.
The Royal Northern College of Music is one of four conservatories in Manchester. It is Associated Board of the Royal of Music. Not only being a center of music education but also a performance venue for concerts and other musical events. It is the part of Royal Manchester College of Music on Ducie Street, founded in 1893 by Sir Charles Hallé and the Northern School of Music, a training school for music teachers established in 1920. On the 1950s, it’s collected by RMRM Principal Frederic Cox. At 1973, both of them became the new institution. The 40th anniversary year of the RNCM was commemorating on 2013. The college building was built in 1968 to 1973 by architects Bickerdike, Allen, Rich and escalated 30 years later. The college have undergraduate (BMus and a joint MusB/GRNCM course with the University of Manchester in any of the five specializations offered) postgraduate taught programs (PGDip, MMus) in musical performance and composition. The Manchester Metropolitan University the college offers research degrees (MPhil, PhD) in musical performance, composition, and musicology and music psychology as part of its Graduate School. The RNCM has 770 students and 320 teaching staff. Royal Northern College of Music have 6 specializations school such as school of composition, school of keyboards studies, school of strings, school of vocal studies, school of wind brass & percussion, school of popular music performance. For more information click on http://sae.edu/