noun, plural con·serv·a·to·ries.
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He told the Jerusalem Post that by the time he developed an interest in classical music, he was too old to enroll at the conservatory and therefore pursued private lessons.Claude Bolling, French pianist who melded jazz and classical music, dies at 90|Emily Langer|January 1, 2021|Washington Post
The conservatory is just off the east wing, or will be, when it’s completed.
They meet generally in the Kiev Conservatory, an imposing 1890s-era building overlooking Independence Square.
He used his savings for the voyage across the Atlantic, but was left with no tuition money to attend the conservatory.
Or the latest suspects: Martha Raddatz and Candy Crowley in the conservatory with the lead pipe.Republicans Allowed Karl Rove to Mislead Them Again|Matt Latimer|November 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Kerry is a Brown graduate and has an M.F.A. in film directing from the American Film Institute Conservatory.DIY Swift-Boating: Alexandra Kerry Launches Ad Your Voice 2012|Judith Grey|October 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Born in Erie, Pennsylvania, he earned a degree in fine arts from the renowned Boston Conservatory of Music.
It was one day when a student from the Stuttgardt conservatory attempted to play the Sonata Appassionata.
He plays beautifully, and was trained in the famous Brussels conservatory, of which Dupont is the head.
I don't know much about the interior arrangements of Kullak's conservatory, because I only went to his own class.
In the conservatory he seemed to be a very passionate player; but, somehow, in public that was not the case.
This young lady had been originally a pupil of Kullak's, and I had heard her play once in his conservatory.