She entered enthusiastically upon her musical studies, taking lessons of Madame Viardot and also at the conservatoire.
He made many Violins, several of which were given as prizes at the Paris conservatoire.
But if the grand opera procured him no pleasure he was compensated by the orchestral performances at the conservatoire de Musique.
Every morning I went to the conservatoire with my governess.
A hideously decorated building opposite the papal palace—now the conservatoire de Musique—was formerly the papal mint.
I recognised Lontine's sister, as she had come several times to the conservatoire.
I had this on the authority of Mr. Gevart, the then director of the conservatoire and my firm friend.
This flour-dealer was the one who had asked me to be his wife when I was at the conservatoire.
It was therefore determined the boy should go to Paris for a course in piano and theory at the conservatoire.
We shall notice his six brilliant 'Studies for the conservatoire.'