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The Royal Northern College of Music is one of the leading conservatoires in the world, located in Manchester, England.
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ABRSM

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It is one of four conservatoires associated with the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music.
In 1947, the Royal Manchester College of Music (merged to form the present Royal Northern College of Music) and Royal Scottish Academy of Music (now the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland) joined ABRSM.

Royal Manchester College of Music

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The RNCM has a rich history, dating back to the late 19th century and the establishment of the Royal Manchester College of Music (RMCM).
This took until 1972 when the amalgamation resulted in the founding of the Royal Northern College of Music.

Frederic Cox

Frederic Cox
It wasn't until 1955 that NSM Principal, Hilda Collens, in recognising the importance of performance in training students, met with RMCM Principal, Frederic Cox, to raise the question of merging.
Cox was the Professor of Singing (1949–53), Principal (1953–1970) and Principal Emeritus (1970–) at the Royal Manchester College of Music and then a singing teacher at the Royal Northern College of Music from 1975 to 1985.

Manchester

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The Royal Northern College of Music is one of the leading conservatoires in the world, located in Manchester, England.
There were 76,095 under- and post-graduate students at the Manchester Metropolitan University, the University of Manchester and Royal Northern College of Music during the academic year 2011/12.

Chetham's School of Music

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Chetham's offers a year-round programme of concerts at the school, Manchester Cathedral, the Royal Northern College of Music, Band on the Wall and Bridgewater Hall.

John Tomlinson (bass)

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He trained as a construction engineer before deciding on a career in opera at age 21. He studied with Patrick McGuigan at the Royal Northern College of Music and with Otakar Kraus.

Northern School of Music

Less than four decades later, in 1920, the Northern School of Music was established (initially as a branch of the Matthay School of Music), and for many years the two institutions peacefully coexisted.
These talks were to last many years and finally in 1972 led to the establishment of the Royal Northern College of Music.

James Woodrow (musician)

James Woodrow
Woodrow was born in 1961 and trained at the Royal Northern College of Music.

Jeffrey Lawton

Jeffrey Lawton, FRNCM (11 December 1938 – 4 May 2018), Oldham, Lancashire, England was a tenor best known as an international opera singer.

Sally Beamish

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She studied viola at the Royal Northern College of Music, where she received composition lessons from Anthony Gilbert and Lennox Berkeley.

Ronald Stevenson

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He studied at the Royal Manchester College of Music (now incorporated in the Royal Northern College of Music), studying composition with Richard Hall and piano with Iso Elinson, graduating with distinction in 1948.

John Berry (arts administrator)

John Berry
Berry graduated from the Royal Northern College of Music in 1983, and subsequently studied with Gervase de Peyer, supported by a scholarship to the Mannes College of Music in New York City.

Jon Christos

He studied at the renowned Chethams School of Music in Manchester and then the Royal Northern College of Music.

John Ogdon

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Ogdon was born in Mansfield Woodhouse, Nottinghamshire, and attended the Manchester Grammar School, before studying at the Royal Northern College of Music (formerly The Royal Manchester College of Music) between 1953 and 1957, where his fellow students under Richard Hall included Harrison Birtwistle, Alexander Goehr, Elgar Howarth and Peter Maxwell Davies.

William Waterhouse (bassoonist)

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He played with notable orchestras, was a member of the Melos Ensemble, professor at the Royal Northern College of Music, author of the Yehudi Menuhin Music Guide "Bassoon", of The New Langwill Index, and contributor to the New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians.

Barry Gray

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Starting at the age of five – with piano lessons – he studied diligently and became a student at the Manchester Royal College of Music and at Blackburn Cathedral.

Paul Newland

He studied composition at the Royal Northern College of Music with Anthony Gilbert and visiting tutor Harrison Birtwistle, at the Royal Academy of Music in London with Michael Finnissy and at Royal Holloway, University of London with Simon Holt receiving his doctorate in 2006.

Amanda Roocroft

She is also a voice professor at London's Royal College of Music and a Fellow of the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester where she herself had trained as a singer.

James Loughran

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James Loughran CBE, DMus., FRNCM, FRSAMD (born 30 June 1931, Glasgow, Scotland) is a conductor.

Rosalind Plowright

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Rosalind Plowright was born in Worksop and studied at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester and at the London Opera Centre.

Gidon Saks

In order to avoid the military conscription which was mandatory for all white South African males at the time, he moved to the U.K. to study at the Royal Northern College of Music, after a year at opera school in Cape Town.