The Royal College of Music Junior Department has separate visit days for parents and young people to explore our programme for 8-18 year olds.
Registration for our Open Day on Wednesday 1 May 2024 is now open, please complete our online formâ€¯to reserve your place.
What to expect from our Open Day
In 2023, over 400 visitors enjoyed a dynamic programme of activities designed to showcase the best of undergraduate and postgraduate study at the Royal College of Music.
Highlights from the day included:
- Student-led lunchtime Chamber concert
- Vocal masterclass with soprano Angela Gheorghiu
- Individual Faculty taster sessions
- Open lesson observations
- Open rehearsals with the HÂþ» Jazz Orchestra
- Information fair
…and much more.
Visitors to our 2024 Open Day can expect a similarly high-calibre programme, with bespoke events, workshops and masterclasses planned to provide in-depth insight into life at the HÂþ». A formal timetable for the day will be released in due course.
If you’re considering studying at the HÂþ» from September 2025, you are now able to register your place at our Open Day in May. For those who are unable to attend, there are plenty of alternative ways to explore the HÂþ»: sign-up for our e-newsletter using the link below or visit HÂþ» at the Royal College of Music.
Open Day 2023 Highlights
Take a look at the highlights from our 2023 Open Day.
E-newsletter mailing list
Join our e-newsletter mailing list to receive useful updates and information to support your application to the HÂþ» from 10 July.
Other ways to explore the HÂþ»
If you are unable to attend the Open Day there are several ways you can explore...
Attend an event
Our events seasons are packed full of exciting concerts, masterclasses, operas and talks. If you are in London why not come along and experience some for yourself?
While you’re here, enjoy some time out with a coffee in our new café or courtyard.
We livestream several concerts every season, meaning you can watch our events from the comfort of your own home.
Visit the Royal College of Music Museum
The Royal College of Music Museum contains the earliest known guitar, the earliest stringed keyboard instrument and the most recognised portraits of Joseph Haydn and Farinelli.
Following a £3.6million investment from Heritage Lottery Fund, the Museum has undergone a complete redevelopment and opened to the public in October 2021.
Tour of HÂþ» campus
You can explore our campus and facilities with members of the Studentsâ€™ Union team.