The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire is a world class institution providing exceptional training for the musicians, actors, stage managers and performers of the future.
We have delivered cost consultancy services on this landmark £46million scheme, which is the first complete new build Conservatoire in the UK since 1987, and one of only nine in the UK. The new facility provides state-of-the-art performance space and acoustic quality, combining the best analogue performance with the functionality of 21st century digital systems.
The new facility provides state-of-the-art performance space and acoustic quality, combining the best analogue performance with the functionality of 21st century digital systems.
The venue is owned and developed by Birmingham City University and contains a 500 seat concert hall, a 146 seat recital hall, a 100 seat organ studio, a 100 seat black box experimental studio, more than 70 practice teachings capable of accommodating up to 650 students and an 80 seat jazz club that claims to be the first permanent jazz performance space in any UK Conservatoire. A complete AV digital interconnection as its backbone, it has enabled new ways of learning, teaching and practising. Which is underpinned by a technical infrastructure unrivalled in the UK
Joining a select list of performing arts institutions, the music and drama academy was granted a Royal title by the Queen in September 2017.
The Conservatoire will reinforce Birmingham City University’s brand and its internationally recognised music teaching provision, attracting the highest calibre students and internationally-renowned performers and teachers.
The new venue will also assist in rebranding Birmingham as a thriving cosmopolitan hub and helps to reinforce its status as the UK’s second City.