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« on: July 25, 2017, 07:54:17 PM »

Hello!

So, I need your help in choosing a good teacher at the RNCM. Briefly saying, I had an offer from the RAM, RCM and the RNCM, but only RNCM awarded me a good scholarship. Along with the fact that Manchester is a lot cheaper than London (at least in accommodation), I accepted their offer. Do you think that studying at the RAM or the RCM would be a better choice? Nevertheless, I wonder if you could give me some info regarding the 'good' RNCM teachers and their teaching 'methods'. I have been assigned to Benjamin Frith, but have some hesitations as I don't know him as a tutor.

Their current tutors:
Benjamin Frith, John Gough, Paul Janes, Helen Krizos, Peter Lawson, Sally Ann MacLeod, Murray McLachlan, Richard Ormrod, Dina Parakhina, Stephen Savage, Graham Scott, Colin Stone, Frank Wibaut, Jeremy Young
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