University to get Birmingham bouncing on Red Nose Day
Birmingham City University plans to have the whole city bouncing on Friday 24 March with ‘The Big Birmingham ...
In the heart of England, Birmingham Conservatoire is a place where talent develops, individual creativity flourishes and successful careers begin. We educate and train musicians to the highest professional standards in solo performance, composition, chamber music, orchestral playing and jazz.
The first UK music college to have an active research programme, established in 1993, we are now an internationally recognised centre for research into composition, performance with live electronics and musicology.
Birmingham planners have given the green light for a brand new Conservatoire to be built in the Eastside region of the City by housebuilding and construction group Galliford Try plc.
The new £57 million home for Birmingham Conservatoire will be built alongside Millennium Point, adjacent to Jennens Road in Eastside. The development is being taken forward in partnership with Millennium Point and Birmingham City Council.
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HRH Prince Edward, The Earl of Wessex KG GCVO, became our first ever Royal Patron in March 2016.
Principal Conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic and President of Birmingham Conservatoire since 1989.
Peter Donohoe is acclaimed as one of the foremost pianists of our time. He is our Vice-President and has an Honorary Doctorate from the University.
Professor Julian Lloyd Webber became our Principal in July 2015 after he retired from his career as an internationally celebrated cellist.