noun, plural con·ser·va·toires [kuh n-sur-vuh-twahrz, -sur-vuh-twahrz; French kawn-ser-va-twar] /kənˌsɜr vəˈtwɑrz, -ˈsɜr vəˌtwɑrz; French kɔ̃ sɛr vaˈtwar/.
Origin of conservatoire
Examples from the Web for conservatoire
After finishing his operatic career he became a professor of singing at the Conservatoire.Famous Singers of To-day and Yesterday|Henry C. Lahee
Later she studied dramatic art in the conservatoire, and became famous.Some Jewish Witnesses For Christ|Rev. A. Bernstein, B.D.
In the year 1852 he had finished his studies at the Conservatoire.The Violoncello and Its History|Wilhelm Joseph von Wasielewski
Every morning I went to the Conservatoire with my governess.My Double Life|Sarah Bernhardt
The decision was finally left to Edward himself, and he chose to remain at the Conservatoire.The World's Great Men of Music|Harriette Brower