Conservatory

Conservatory may refer to the following:

  • Conservatory (greenhouse), a large, highly detailed residential solarium or a greenhouse where plants are cultivated
  • Music school or a school devoted to other arts such as dance
  • Sunroom, a smaller glass enclosure attached to a house, also called a conservatory

Other articles related to "conservatory":

Semyon Snitkovsky
... who was later to become a professor at the Odessa Conservatory ... first solo concert and, in 1951, he began his education at the Odessa Conservatory again with Professor Mordkovich ... The five years spent at the Conservatory were the years when Semen initiated his professional career with acknowledgement of his talent ...
List Of State University Of New York At Purchase People - Conservatory of Theater Arts & Film Alumni "Purchase Mafia"
... The Alumni of the Conservatory of Theater Arts Film compose what has been called "The Purchase Mafia" by several different sources, including Edie Falco and Hal Hartley and is also organized as an alumni ... Notable alumni and former students from the Conservatory of Theater Arts Film ...
Luis Garcia-Renart - Biography
... Born is Barcelona, Garcia first studied at the National Conservatory of Music (Mexico) and then at the conservatories of Bern and Basel in Switzerland. 1960 he won a scholarship to study at the Moscow Conservatory with Mstislav Rostropovich and Aram Khachaturian ... part of the cello faculty at both Bard College Conservatory of Music and Vassar College ...
Conservatoire Botanique National De Brest
... The conservatory site was formerly a quarry and rubbish dump, purchased in 1971 by the municipality to create open space ... The conservatory itself was founded in 1977 with a primary mission of preserving endangered species from the Armorican Massif (including parts of Brittany, Basse-Normandie and Pays de la Loire), France ... Today the conservatory contains a remarkable collection of endangered plants, totaling about 1700 species, of which 20 species have been preserved in large part by the conservatory's actions ...