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conservatoire

an institution or school for instruction in music
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From primary school through to Conservatoire studies, Birmingham - with its richness and diversity - was the soil in which the seeds of my formative years of music were sown.
The 33-year-old told the crowd he was swayed in applying for the Conservatoire because "it said I would be an actor in training, not simply a drama student".
The jaunt kicks off with a special two-set show at their Conservatoire HQ.
Sam, who studied at the conservatoire when it was called the RSAMD, said it was a "really great honour" to meet the prince.
Professor Jeffrey Sharkey, Principal of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, praised Richard and his fellow graduates.
En effet, vers la fin des annees 80 du siecle ecoule, une flopee de conseillers de la commune a eut l'idee de doter la metropole, en pleine effervescence culturelle, d'un splendide conservatoire de musique digne de ce nom.
Royal Birmingham Conservatoire is owned and operated by Birmingham City University and was built to replace its old home at Adrian Boult Hall which has been demolished as part of the PS700 million Paradise project in Chamberlain Square.
At theRICS West Midlands Awards in May,the conservatoire won the Design category before being named West Midlands Project of the Year.
AFTERNOON MUSIC Starts Wednesday, September 26, 2.05pm, The Bradshaw Hall The Conservatoire's newly-named Bradshaw Hall is the venue for Afternoon Music.
Young people inCoventryare being given the opportunity to transform their lives through music as a new centre supported by Birmingham City University's Royal Birmingham Conservatoire has formally launched.
Born on 28 July 1960, the internationally recognised flautist began her career as a student of the Cairo Conservatoire, then received her bachelor's degree in 1982, after which she earned her master's in France and completed a PhD in Flute Performing from the AaAaAeAeAaAaAeA{cole Normal Musique de Paris in 1989.
During her 10-year tenure as principal of Wales' National Conservatoire, Hilary Boulding has overseen the recent scheme to allow every child in Wales to engage with the arts.

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