Congratulations to the Royal College of Music’s Woodhouse Centre on its recent High Impact Award for its involvement in Global Entrepreneurship Week. Events included a fundraising workshop with online crowd funding company Zequs; a tax and finance talk with Trevor Ford; and a presentation by Eric Whitacre who is honored to have been named a Woodhouse Associate.

The RCM Woodhouse Centre for Professional Development is recognised internationally as a world-leader in career development for musicians, offering a huge range of services including managing a range of external performance opportunities, offering advice on professional skills, and mentoring for innovative artistic projects. All of these services are available to RCM students not only during their period of study but also for five years after they graduate, helping them through that crucial transition period from students to professional musicians.

For more information about the Centre and the Award, visit the RCM website.