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Making and listening to music together is commonly seen as linked to higher levels of trust, affiliation, coordination, and cooperation.
"Marilyn Thomson was an extraordinary ambassador for the importance of the work of the RCM in developing the creativity of young people nationwide
Top neuroscientists gathered at The RCM to discuss their work on early childhood music education. Our own neuroscientist Dr. Sean Hutchins recaps the event.
Artists, groups, ensembles, and orchestras with a Royal Conservatory connection won awards in 14 categories at the 2017 JUNO Awards
On February 16, 2017, The Globe and Mail featured a story about The RCM that detailed many of the digital initiatives we’re undertaking.
The Royal Conservatory has launched a new online history course – the only one of its kind – to help young music students develop a deeper underst
The fourth edition of the 21C Music Festival takes place from May 24-28, 2017.
Academy Award-nominated actor Bill Murray will headline our 2017-18 Season Gala.
Our reader asks, why does it seem harder to learn a new instrument at an older age? The answer might be 'proactive interference.'
Eighteen-year-old alumnus Kristian Del Cantero won a top prize at the Antwerp International Guitar Festival, one of many impressive recent accompl
CBC broadcast a series of stories on the New Canadian Global Music Orchestra, an initiative of that recognizes the cultural and musical diversity
Music Lessons are not just for children!