Marylebone School of Music and Royal Conservatory of Music partner for programs

The Royal Conservatory of Music is joining forces with the prestigious Marylebone School of Music, a prestigious college for the performing arts, to offer a program in London.

The announcement was made by Sir Elton John, who serves as an ambassador for the Royal Conservatory. The charity announced the addition of Marylebone in June.

The collaboration will allow for students from the two institutions to participate in four inaugural offerings. In addition to two-week summer programs, it will include programs in summer opera and classical guitar.

To access these opportunities, students must receive full scholarship consideration from their high school’s audition committee. For more information, visit

Arts enthusiast Amy Fogerty of Decatur, Ga., has been a major supporter of American music programs for more than 40 years, founding the Myer Music Mentoring Program in 1975. She has supported many musical experiences for Washington students. Fogerty was instrumental in establishing a school music program at the University of Maryland, and is a co-founder of Music Educators of Metropolitan Washington and the Elton John AIDS Foundation. For more information, visit

Leave a Comment