Doctor of Music


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Noun1.Doctor of Music - a doctor's degree in music
doctorate, doctor's degree - one of the highest earned academic degrees conferred by a university
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The Princess received a Doctor of Music degree - see report left
Harry Belafonte laughs while speaking after receiving an honorary doctor of music from Berklee College of Music at the Berklee Performance Center in Boston, Thursday, March 6, 2014.
James earned the Doctor of Music degree at Indiana University, where she studied voice with Costanza Cuccaro and took music education courses with Estelle Jorgensen.
Brown presented honorary doctor of music degrees to legendary songwriting team and Sound of Philadelphia architects Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff; Spain's most influential flamenco artist and one of the world's most revered guitarists Paco de Lucia; African-born singer/songwriter and humanitarian Angelique Kidjo; and jazz pianist, composer, and bandleader Kenny Barron.
Bride Rachel, 31, a doctor of music, and John, 25, an RAF aircraft engineering technician, congratulated the convoy when they arrived for the reception with their relieved guests.
The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic conductor received the honorary Doctor of Music degree on his 33rd birthday.
The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic conductor will have two reasons to celebrate as he receives the honorary Doctor of Music degree on his 33rd birthday on Tuesday.
Two years earlier he was made an honorary doctor of music by St Andrews University, only the second degree he has accepted.
He received his doctor of music education and higher education administration, as well as his master's of music in conducting and music literature from the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, Colo.
Nazarenko completed his music degrees at the Special Music School and Conservatory in Kharkov and received his doctor of music degree in 2003 from the University of Maryland.
Arta, who played at Kirkleatham Almshouses last summer after being awarded a Doctor of Music at Edinburgh University, comes from a musical family - her father is a Professor of Music, her mother plays the viola and her sister is a cellist.
Moyle became a Member of the Order of Australia-General Division on Australia Day 1977, was elected an Honorary Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities on 4 November 1994, and received a degree of Doctor of Music (honoris causa) from the University of Sydney in 1989 and another from the University of Melbourne in 1995.

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