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conservatorium

noun
  1. Australian the usual term for conservatoire
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Historical Examples of conservatorium

  • In October, 1904, the Conservatorium of Music was established.

    McGill and its Story, 1821-1921

    Cyrus Macmillan

  • The department of music, as conducted in the conservatorium of music, was established in 1904.

  • Early in October he entered the Conservatorium as a student, and engaged himself to take the year's course.

    Musical Criticisms

    Arthur Johnstone

  • There the pupils of the Conservatorium awaited them, and sang a cantata composed by Elsner for the occasion.

  • At the time we are speaking of he was a member of the Imperial Orchestra and a professor at the Conservatorium.