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Word: conservatory

Definition: (conservatoire) school of the fine arts (especially music or drama); glass-enclosed area; CF. conservancy


Sentences Containing 'conservatory'

A conservatory was built for Elizabeth Legh Keck in the 1830s.
After completing her studies, she took a teaching position at the Conservatory of Santa Cecilia.
After completing her studies, she took a teaching position at the Conservatory.
After graduating from Fairfield College Preparatory School and the Wheaton College Conservatory of Music.
After graduating from Oberlin Conservatory Watson moved to Paris.
All are faculty members at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music.
Also inside is the Devencore Conservatory and reception rooms.
At her suggestion Araiza enrolled full-time in the conservatory.
Born in Acireale, Sicily, he trained at the Royal Conservatory in Naples.
Called "Rico" by his friends, Marcelli was born in Rome, then was raised in Chile and educated at the conservatory in Santiago, the capital. Marcelli went to Ecuador in 1900 to teach at the conservatory in Quito, but was disliked by his students, many of whom transferred to study with conservatory Director Domenico Brescia.
Consequently, when Gilardo Gilardi died in 1967, his name was adopted by the Conservatory.
Dima Orsho (ديما اورشو) (Damascus, 1975) is a Syrian soprano. She studied at Damascus Conservatory, then Boston Conservatory.
Ehlert entered the Leipzig Conservatory in 1845, where he studied under Robert Schumann and Felix Mendelssohn.
From 1852–1854, she studied at the conservatory in Berlin.
From 1896 until 1905 he taught at the Combs Conservatory of Music.
From 1918 he was Director of the Conservatory of Bologna, from 1923 Director of the Turin Conservatory, and from 1947 to 1950 Director of the Rossini Conservatory in Pesaro.
From 1919 until 1945, he was a professor at the Brno Conservatory, becoming director of that institution in 1923.
From 1945, he worked as a pedagogue at the Prague Conservatory and Academy of Performing Arts in Prague.
He also was the violist in the Conservatory String Quartet from 1929-1934.
He attended the Cincinnati College Conservatory, playing with Cal Collins and Woody Evans locally.
He attended the Istanbul State Conservatory from 1978-1980.
He graduated from the Warsaw Conservatory, where his professor was Antoni Sygietyński.
He is currently a professor of theory and composition at the Sunderman Conservatory of Music at Gettysburg College.
He studied composition with Vítězslav Novák at the Prague Conservatory from 1905 to 1906.
He taught at the Paris Conservatory from 1841 until 1870.
He was a former director of Vocal department of Shanghai conservatory.
He was hired in 1916 to organize the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music and served as the head of that program.
In 1867, he succeeded Anton Rubinstein as director of the conservatory.
In 1960 it was suggested that the conservatory should be named in Ginastera's honour but convention was against honouring a living person.
In 1974 he graduated from the Kiev Conservatory, and in 1978 completed his postgraduate studies at the same Conservatorium.
In 1997, Illarionov graduated with honours from the Academic Music College at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory.
In recent years, the Conservatory has developed strong relationships with overseas institutions and individuals.
In the early 1920s, Beaulieu pursued further training at the Canadian Conservatory of Music where he was a student of Harry Puddicombe, ultimately joining the conservatory's faculty.
Irvine is a graduate of The Royal Conservatory of Music where he studied music composition with Samuel Dolin.
It led through a grove of lindens to a conservatory.
Julyo attended Nicolo Paganini Conservatory.
Labatt was born in a Jewish family in Stockholm and studied under Julius Günther at the Stockholm Conservatory and Jean Jacques Masset at the Paris Conservatory.
Recently, the university voted in its first female Assistant Dean of the Conservatory of Music.
She also received the ""Gold Mask Prize"" for Popular Music Singer from the Bologna Conservatory.
She was born in Moscow and studied at the Central Music School in Moscow and then at the Moscow Conservatory.
She was born in Naples and studied in Venice with Gabriele Bianchi and at the Luigi Cherubini Conservatory in Florence.
The academy in turn merged into the Toronto Conservatory of Music in 1924.
The Agriculture Bioresources College programs at the University of Saskatchewan include: Beamish Conservatory.
The Central Conservatory of Music () is the national leading music school in Beijing, China.
The Conservatory Music Library accommodates over 500,000 volumes and is the largest of its kind in China.
The conservatory's founder, Harry Puddicombe, was married to his sister.
The other one is the conservatory of the city.
The Theatre Conservatory of Chicago College of Performing Arts
The Theatre Conservatory of Chicago College of Performing Arts is an theatre arts conservatory based in Chicago, Illinois at Roosevelt University.
Wijn studied at the Amsterdam Conservatory under Cornelius Berkhout, where he received his diploma in 1955.

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