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Synonyms for conservatoire

a schoolhouse with special facilities for fine arts

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Abdel Dayem has performed many concerts, representing Egypt in several European and Arab countries, including concerts in several regions of France, as well as a number of concerts with the UNESCO International Orchestra in Paris and solo concerts with the Cairo Conservatoire Orchestra.
ARCO has seen 24 strings students aged between eight and 17 in South Africa selected to participate in weekly instrumental Skype lessons, given by academics, current students and alumni of the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.
In the Guardian University Guide, published last month, the college was ranked number one in the subject tables for drama for the third time, and it is the only conservatoire outside London where 90% of their music graduates are employed within six months.
Jack, a flautist, auditioned at the age of 10, and has been attending Junior Conservatoire for the last eight years.
FIVE ENCORES TO DYNAMIC MOTION: Birmingham Conservatoire.
The Royal Conservatoire is Scotland''s national centre of professional vocational training in performance arts.
Adonis, teacher of music and harmony from 1971 to 2003 at Conservatoire and teacher of music notes from 1977 to 2003 at the Higher Music Institute in Paris.
Rhydian is a lovely guy," fellow Conservatoire student and best friend Sarah Willander told the Sunday Mercury.
Because the Paris Conservatoire placed strict restrictions on its applicants in terms of age and nationality, Casadesus and Damrosch decided to hire members of its faculty during the summer to staff a summertime conservatory.
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).
When Yves Gerard was named professor of musicology at the Conservatoire, in 1975, many of us working in French music were delighted that this generous historian of international distinction - an alumnus of the Conservatoire, a researcher at the CNRS (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique), and a soon-to-be president of the Societe francaise de musicologie - would now occupy a central place in the relatively small and sometimes sticky world of French musical scholarship.
AVIOLA running an international marathon in a Guinness World Record time has swelled the coffers of an inspiring scheme which brings together the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire and aspiring young musicians in South Africa.
THE new PS57 million home for Birmingham Conservatoire opens its doors to students today with the news that the performing arts institution has been granted a Royal title by The Queen.
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