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Conservatoriumzaal Amare
Conservatoriumzaal Amare

Thinking of joining the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague? You will be studying at an institute of music and dance where experiment and innovation go hand in hand with tradition and craftsmanship. An inspiring environment where you will be taught by leading international musicians and dancers. After graduation, you will not only have mastered the necessary technical skills, but have also developed an inquisitive attitude and a lifelong curiosity appropriate to musicians or dancers who will be performing at the highest international level.

Welcome to Amare

Being a singer means you need to practice a lot. We practice 6-7 times a week at school. However, Vocal Studies is not just about singing but also about research, reading operas and exploring new repertoire that we didn’t even knew existed. Here at the Royal Conservatoire, we receive amazing opportunities. We work on great projects all year round that help us to develop as a musician, we work together with young composers who write new pieces especially for us. Overall, the different departments work really well together. It is a very supportive environment. Amare is a really special place, we have culturally speaking everything you can imagine in one building, from an orchestra to a dance company and of course the Royal Conservatoire on the top floor with the best view.
Magdalena and Diamanto, students Bachelor Classical Music Vocal Studies

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The Royal Conservatoire is an institution for the 21st century, with a clear vision of raising artists that think outside the box, with tradition and innovation going hand in hand. The atmosphere within the conservatoire of real support and finding paths to create a brighter future through culture together is really special. Residing in one of the best cultural houses in Europe, Amare, with the most fantastic facilities, where the Royal Conservatoire is neighbouring with Nederlands Dans Theater and Residentie Orkest, it combines in itself different forms of art, giving incredible scope of opportunities to students.
Alena Walentin, Main Subject Teacher Classical Music Flute
"New students at the Royal Conservatoire join a like-minded group each of whom has a dream: of becoming an exceptional musician. They work in a creative environment, together with colleagues who transform ideas into new projects, performances and concerts. They play together, create ensembles, and look out for each other. They become part of a community.”
Marlon Titre, head of department, Classical Music