About Our Program
About The RCM Certificate Program
From beginner to advanced, The RCM provides an internationally renowned standard of music education and achievement.
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Music is a mind builder - both the research and our alumni agree
Discover our 130 year tradition of structured music education, and why it's the gold standard.
Learn more about our curriculum and the disciplines supported
Our program is designed to inspire students through assessment and achievement
Discover a system of music education that is recognized world wide for its excellence, with a 130-year tradition in Canada.
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Why Study Music?
Music education is the most powerful tool for attaining children's full intellectual, social, and creative potential. How do we know? Here's what the research and our alumni have to say.
THE BENEFITS OF MUSIC EDUCATION
Curriculum and Disciplines
Our curriculum helps students achieve the skills they need to become proficient, leading to a lifelong enjoyment of music.
CURRICULUM AND DISCIPLINES
From receiving a certificate at the successful completion of assessment at every level to Gold Medals and Diplomas, we support student success at every stage.
Rebanks Fellows Reflect on an Amazing Year
The 2018-19 Rebanks Fellows are at once amazed and grateful for the Program’s flexibility, the huge range of performance opportunities, and the strong community of colleagues they’ve been able to build.
Alumni and Faculty Win 10 Prizes at 2019 Juno Awards
Alumni and faculty of The Royal Conservatory of Music won 10 prizes at the 2019 Juno Awards. The prestigious prizes, the most high-profile awards in the Canadian music industry, were given out at ceremonies in London, Ontario on March 16, and 17, 2019.
Alumnus Earns Accolades for Performance with Atlanta Opera
Alumnus Justin Stolz thrilled audiences on March 2, 2019, when he tackled three roles for Atlanta Opera’s production of Eugene Onegin. Most impressively, he stepped in to perform the lead role of Lensky on opening night—with barely three hours’ notice.