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Arts training gets funding

By Lorne Gillies

The RCS has received council funding for arts education (image: RCS)

The RCS has received council funding for arts education (image: RCS)

The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s Transitions 20/40 programme has been awarded £1.5 million in funding.

Music, drama and ballet training will benefit from the Scottish Funding Council’s funding.

The institution has helped train leading Scottish actors including David Tennant (Dr Who) and James McAvoy (young Professor Charles Xavier).

Starting in August the school will recruit 48 new students to the junior section who will receive the £1,548,000 funding over the next four years.

Auditions for students will be held in Glasgow, West Lothian, Inverness and Dundee.

 

 

 

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