Conservatoire

  • (noun): A schoolhouse with special facilities for fine arts.
    Synonyms: conservatory

Some articles on conservatoire:

Conservatoire National Supérieur De Musique Et De Danse De Lyon
... The Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse de Lyon, sometimes referred to as the Conservatoire de Lyon, is a conservatory for the study of music and dance ... It is one of the two existing Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse in France, the other being the Conservatoire de Paris in Paris ...
La Mort D'Adam
... Sueur wrote the opera while working as an instructor at the Conservatoire de Musique in Paris ... opera was initially scheduled to be performed at the Conservatoire but was dropped in favor of Charles Simon Catel's Sémiramis ... musicale en France, in which he harshly criticized the methods of instruction followed at the Conservatoire, his rival Catel, and Catel's patron, the director of the Conservatoire ...
Conservatoire Botanique Pyrénéen
... The Conservatoire botanique Pyrénéen, also known as the Conservatoire botanique national Midi-Pyrénées, is a botanical conservatory specializing in flora of the Pyrenees ...
Conservatoire National Du Pélargonium
... The Conservatoire national du Pélargonium is a municipal botanical garden specializing in pelargoniums, which is located within the municipal greenhouses (serres municipales) on the Chemin Tortiot, Bourges ... collection in France, and has been designated a member of the French Conservatoire des collections végétales spécialisées (CCVS) ...
Ballets By Paul Dukas - Life and Career - Early Years
... He entered the Conservatoire de Paris at the end of 1881, aged 16, and studied piano with Georges Mathias, harmony with Théodore Dubois and composition with Ernest Guiraud ... Dukas won several prizes, including the second place in the Conservatoire's most prestigious award, the Prix de Rome, for his cantata Velléda in 1888 ... Disappointed at his failure to win the top prize, he left the Conservatoire in 1889 ...