school of music

NOUN
  1. a school for the study of music
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  • Aspiring thespians can enrol for a series of acting workshops commencing on January 24, at the school of music and performing arts.
  • Anyone with pre-booked tickets for the cancelled concert will be contacted by the Royal Marines School of Music concert secretary and a full refund made as soon as possible.
  • Activities during the day will include exploring a floating Japanese tea room, constructing a kirigami structure, planting and seeding a biodegradable cow pot, watching the Washington Ballet and listening to the Suzuki Strings being performed by youth from the Levine School of Music. Bladewire - Washington Blade
  • Do you want to become a trumpet major at a Canadian university or school of music?
  • The narrator's mother, who insists that she attend the School of Music and Ballet and forbids her to play with the shoeless neighbor children, is English.
  • She won scholarships to continue her studies in London at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
  • He taught hymnology in the school of music on occasion and in his first year taught ‘Sunday School pedagogy’ and ‘Christian sociology.’
  • Wass was born in Lincolnshire but left home at eleven to board at Chetham's School of Music in Manchester.
  • His interest in atonal music drew him on to study composition at the Juilliard School of Music (M.S., 1962) in New York City and then to Paris to study under Nadia Boulanger. Five People Born on January 31 | myFiveBest
  • He got me into the Juil-liard School of Music, then on Claremont Avenue near 115th Borrowed Finery, A Memoir
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