Studying at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague means studying at the oldest conservatoire in The Netherlands. It means studying at a music and dance institute that for decades has stood for the highest quality where internationally renowned musicians and (ex) dancers teach, and where tradition and craft are intertwined with experiment and innovation.
The primary aim of the Royal Conservatoire is to equip young talent with the highest artistry, technical skill and flexibility in order to be able to perform in a highly demanding and constantly changing professional environment.
The Royal Conservatoire presents itself as a centre for education, research and production. This powerful triangle of elements forms the DNA of our institute.
Studying at the Royal Conservatoire is not just about success, it is also about learning, the sharing of experiences, the exploration of new paths and the pursuit of experiment. In this way the Royal Conservatoire is, and will remain dynamic. The Royal Conservatoire wants to contribute to the development and through this the future of dance and music.
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