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conservatoire

an institution or school for instruction in music
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Abdel Dayem has held several positions: she was appointed as the head of the Wind and Percussion Department of Cairo Conservatoire then dean of the Cairo Conservatoire from 2004-2010, and vice president of the Arts Academy from 2009-2012.
There was a major boost in 1986 with the opening of Adrian Boult Hall which was an important addition, Helen added, "because it brought people in from the outside to use the hall and come to concerts who perhaps hadn't been so aware of the Conservatoire and what it could do before then.
Their journey to the UK has been made possible thanks to collaborative UK-South Africa project, Cape Gate MIAGI Centre for Music and Royal Birmingham Conservatoire - or ARCO, which is also the name for the technique of playing a stringed instrument with a bow.
The tutor started at the Royal Conservatoire, whose patron is Prince Charles, in September 2015.
Tens of thousands of children and young people have been engaged through special performances, short courses and weekend schools put on by the conservatoire.
Every Saturday, the Cardiff college is the home of the Junior Conservatoire.
BIRMINGHAM JUNIOR CONSERVATOIRE END OF TERM CONCERT: Birmingham Conservatoire.
Emma Robinson is one step closer to her dream of becoming a famous dancer after she amazed tutors at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
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.
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.
This school, which became known as the Conservatoire Americain, was created to offer American musicians advanced training in performance, composition, and teaching.

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