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  • The Friends of the Volunteer Park Conservatory is having its spring plant sale, with all proceeds benefiting the conservatory.

    Awesome-Sounding If Weirdly Named « PubliCola

  • He is a graduate of New York City's public schools, he studied composition at The Oberlin Conservatory of Music in Ohio, and received a Masters in journalism from Columbia University in New York at age 22.

    James McBride biography

  • The Malkin Conservatory seems like a great topic for study, incidentally — it was only in existence for a decade, yet attracted such students and faculty as Schoenberg, Roger Sessions, Ernst Krenek, Nicolas Slonimsky, Conlon Nancarrow, Harold Shapero, and Arthur Fiedler.

    Someone to watch over me

  • Most of us Schoenberg fans know of his one-year stint at the Malkin Conservatory, before he left for California on the grounds of, depending what you read, health or disappointingly poor students (probably both).

    Someone to watch over me

  • Lisa: Shapero was attending the Malkin Conservatory as a high school student.

    Someone to watch over me

  • Today's fun fact: Mrs.A. Lincoln Filene of Boston, music patron and philanthropist, and George Gershwin, American composer, are among those who have contributed towards scholarships with Arnold Schönberg, internationally famous musician and teacher, who will come here next month to teach at the Malkin Conservatory of Music in Boston.

    Someone to watch over me

  • (BU put on Bohéme not long ago; Boston Conservatory is mounting Elixir this spring.)

    Safety Last

  • As most of you know, the Royal Conservatory is in the midst of one of the most exciting growth periods in its 120-year history.

    Learning Through The Arts

  • She taught voice at the Regina Conservatory from the late 1920s until 1954; after her husband died, she moved back to England, and that’s when this piano was purchased by Sam and Nancy: Nancy had been one of her voice students.

    Things I Found in my Mother-in-Law's House: Music

  • The second special exhibit at the AMNH we visited was The Butterfly Conservatory, which is a hothouse full of living butterflies.

    Archive 2008-12-01

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