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Synonyms for conservatoire

a schoolhouse with special facilities for fine arts

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Professor Lloyd Webber, the newly appointed Principal of the Birmingham City University-run Conservatoire, joined fellow staff and development partners to celebrate the start of building work at the Eastside site.
RCS principal Jeffrey" RCS principal Jeffrey Sharkey said: "We are thrilled to have James enable young people to be part of the Royal Conservatoire.
Every Saturday, the Cardiff college is the home of the Junior Conservatoire.
FIVE ENCORES TO DYNAMIC MOTION: Birmingham Conservatoire.
The Royal Conservatoire is Scotland''s national centre of professional vocational training in performance arts.
The final presentation, by Pamela Thompson (Royal College of Music, London) was intriguingly entitled 'The Bluffer's Guide to Conservatoire Libraries'.
He held several teaching posts including the post of harmony teacher from 1967 to 1969 at the Arab Music Institute in Damascus, Music composition teacher from 1970 to 1991 at Conservatoire St.
She studied the piano at the Conservatoire of Avignon before joining the Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique in Paris, where she studied with Bruno Rigutto.
The muscleman enjoyed a starring role in the play when it was staged at the prestigious Birmingham Conservatoire.
The Paris Conservatoire provided the desired training, but generally was not open to foreigners, so a conservatory especially for Americans was established that paralleled and often drew instructors from the Paris Conservatoire.
The Conservatoire de Musique et d'Art Dramatique du Quebec, with its co-equal music and drama departments, made opera an obvious forum for an official celebration of the institution's 60th birthday.
Radial Courses (1976) is performed by a quartet of men to no score other than the sounds of their feet, and Sunrise of the Planetary Dream Collector, choreographed for her students at the Conservatoire National de Paris in 1998 and revised for her company this year, is set to music by Terry Riley.
The museum is part of the Conservatoire Nationale des Arts & Metiers, an august institution occupying the grounds and buildings of the early medieval Abbaye de Saint Martin des Champs in the third arrondissement (a stone's throw from the Pompidou Centre).
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