Royal Academy of Music

Training Institution

  • Name
    Royal Academy of Music
  • About
    The Academy was founded in 1822, and ever since has trained versatile and resourceful musicians with the skills they need to enjoy life-long careers in the ever-changing profession.

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  • Tom Little
    Tom Little
    2010, Post Graduate Musical Theatre
    Without a doubt, this has been the best experience of my life. Training from the top people in the industry has gained me the skills and knowledge to embark on a career in the industry. Nothing is left out in this highly intense year and you leave feeling 'ready' to go out there. Not only do I feel confident as a musical theatre performer, I also feel perfectly able to walk into a straight play, television and film job, radio job, infact anything that was thrown at me as it is all covered throughout the year. The best part of the year for me personally was how much I now understand about my voice and how to effectively 'use it' across a multitude of genres. One of the many highlights of the year are all the chances and opportunities to perform. Not only do you perform in end of year shows and a showcase, you also put on a Christmas concert aswell as many extra's you are invited to take part in - in my second week we were performing at The Royal Albert Hall with Sir Elton John. I would thoroughly recommend this course to anyone who wants to get the most out of their professional training - the expense is well worth every penny and yet is still cheaper than other courses of its type.
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Female London
Playing age
16 - 25
8st 5lb (53kg)
5 6 (168m)

Female London
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Jasmine Nisic
2019, Post Graduate Musical Theatre