Conducting

The Academy’s postgraduate conducting course is internationally recognised as one of the foremost programmes for training conductors.

 
Our students get unrivalled amounts of podium time – rehearsing with talented players in a variety of instrumental ensembles, from full symphony orchestras to intimate chamber music settings. Academy conductors work in a friendly, collaborative and focused environment which prepares them for professional conducting careers.

The Academy offers a two-year course of Principal Study Conducting at postgraduate level.

Conducting is offered at undergraduate level in introductory classes to all students and as intermediate and advanced electives for students who wish to pursue it to a high level.

Conducting: Your Experience

See also: Performance, the central driving force behind all Academy studies

 

Contact

Alison Booker, Conducting Administrator
Telephone 020 7873 7405 / Email conducting@ram.ac.uk

Sian Edwards

Head of Conducting: Sian Edwards

Has conducted most of the world’s leading orchestras and opera companies

Conductor of major operatic world premieres

Recordings with London Philharmonic Orchestra and English National Opera

Music Director of English National Opera 1993–95

Regular concerts with Ensemble Modern

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  ‘I am working to make a wide and varied range of options open to conducting students’

Sian Edwards