The Royal Conservatoire of The Hague publishes exceptional concerts and session recordings through the label 'Royal Conservatoire Recordings'.

It functions as a springboard for talent and a way to connect education with professional practice. Audio recordings and state of the art video productions produced by the Royal Conservatoire will find their way to online video and audio platforms, radio and television.

Students and alumni are stimulated to deliver a tangible result that can compete with productions published by the music industry.

For students, collaboration with the label is an extension of their preparation for professional practice, which is an important part of our curriculum.

Video and audio, whether or not connected, tell the story of a project or recording session at the Royal Conservatoire. Royal Conservatoire Recordings distinguishes itself from regular labels and production houses by not necessarily producing a complete album, but for example highlighting parts of a production. There is no single fixed format or platform where the productions appear. We aim to create a wide range of music productions on streaming platforms, video platforms, radio and television. The recordings are of excellent quality and on par with existing and new releases of commercial labels and platforms.

We do not aim for a competitive position next to commercial parties, which does not suit the educational nature of our institute.

Streaming media

Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, Tidal.

Royal Conservatoire Recordings on Youtube

More information about the label can be obtained via Daan van Aalst (Art of Sound):