Performers, composers, conductors, scholars and teachers have developed within our walls and made resounding music on platforms large and small across the world. However, we can only continue to deliver a world-class education, and life-changing opportunities, with the support of others.
Legacy gifts provide vital scholarships, support for new facilities and artistic opportunities to support musicians in their professional studies. Every contribution, large or small, is deeply appreciated and will help ensure that future generations of musicians continue to have access to outstanding training and opportunities at the RCM.
Once you have provided for your family and loved ones, please consider making a gift in your will to the Royal College of Music.
How to leave a gift in your will
Writing a will is easier than you think. The information below outlines some of the key elements you will need to consider should you choose to leave a legacy gift. We would recommend that you seek legal advice from a professional advisor who will be able to assist you with writing your will.
If you have already written your will and wish to include a gift to the RCM, you can make an addition by including a codicil, or note of amendment to your existing will.
There are three main ways of including the RCM in your will, each of which could make a huge difference to future generations of musicians: