THE ROYAL CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC

Registered Name: THE ROYAL CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC

Business Number: 107935413RR0001

Our Mission

The Royal Conservatory has a bold new vision to promote a culture of creativity in Canada and foster a society in which every child and adult receives the extraordinary personal benefits that come from participation in music and the arts.

For both individuals and nations, successful management of the future lies squarely in a robust capacity for creativity. The Royal Conservatory now serves more than 600,000 Canadians each year. The TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning, along with new programming initiatives and technologies, will allow The Conservatory to double its reach to one million Canadians.

Through its diverse programs, The Royal Conservatory is:

Expanding its leadership in music and arts education nationally and internationally.

Providing new opportunities for our children to participate and grow in the arts, by enhancing the quality of education in our public schools.

Providing an accessible means of self-exploration and self-expression for people of all ages and levels of ability through diverse programs of classical, jazz, and world music.

Providing gifted young musicians from Canada and abroad with a high-calibre professional training centre in preparation for international careers.

Creating opportunities for students in First Nations communities to receive educational programs that mirror their cultural learning methods.

Uniting the people of Canada through shared creative experiences

About THE ROYAL CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC

The Royal Conservatory is unique in the breadth, reach, and impact of its services, and in the continuing possibilities they present to the many communities we are proud to serve.

The Royal Conservatory is Canada's largest music and arts education institution, reaching more than 600,000 part-time students and program participants each year.

The Conservatory examines more than 100,000 music students annually. The Conservatory's music curriculum is used by more than 20,000 community-based music teachers throughout Canada.

The Toronto home of The Conservatory — the TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning — is Canada's leading facility for music and arts education.

The 1,135-seat Koerner Hall in the TELUS Centre will become Toronto's most widely used presentation space for a diverse set of concert offerings.

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