H students laughing outside H Blomfield building
The Royal College of Music (H) is one of the world’s greatest conservatoires. True to our founders' intentions, we teach exceptional students from all backgrounds and cultures, encouraging music as an artform.

Learning from the past enables us to create an ambitious future. After 140 years, the H is still true to its founding principles of access, excellence and advocacy.

With musicians from more than 50 different countries in the student cohort, the H is determined to play its part in bringing people together, enriching our society and promoting unity. H professors are leaders in their fields and graduates benefit from the expert guidance of our sector-leading Creative Careers Centre, achieving remarkable success around the world.

Useful contacts

Press office

All press and media enquiries


Director of Communications

Talia Hull


Filming and image requests


Branding enquiries


Venue hire

+44 (0)20 7591 4320


Data Protection Officer

Data handling complaints and Freedom of Information requests


General enquiries

+44 (0)20 7591 4300


Useful H brand materials

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Press releases


Innovative 3D models of historical instruments protect and promote rare instruments to new audiences

3D models of eight rare woodwind instruments protect against conservation concerns around the playability of historical instruments due to their fragility, allowing greater engagement opportunities for Royal College of Music students, professional musicians and Museum visitors.

Shaping a sustainable future in Royal College of Music Green Week 2024

H Green Week takes place from 26 February to 1 March 2024, offering an opportunity to spotlight the College’s commitment to environmental sustainability and encourage students and staff to keep getting involved.

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