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conservatorium

(kənˌsɜːvəˈtɔːrɪəm)
n
(Education) Austral the usual term for conservatoire
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This research concerns the teaching approaches of three master teachers, each of whom have at least ten years of experience in teaching the violin at established conservatoriums in Australia.
The primary participants in this study were three violin teachers at established conservatoriums in Australia, who have taught university violin students for at least ten years.
The student participants were enrolled in degree programs or professional performance programs at three different conservatoriums in Australia.
(121) He was a significant figure indeed because he encouraged performers and composers and helped to establish two conservatoriums and the Australian music examination board.
(8) This opera was performed at the New Conservatorium of Music and at Melbourne University Conservatorium.
The performance was by the students of the Melbourne Conservatorium (63) (sometimes called the Albert Street Conservatorium) (64) in East Melbourne.
Regional Conservatoriums of Music New South Wales (NSW), Australia are unique in that they are not associated with a tertiary institution and receive part funding from the State Government of NSW Department of Education and Training.
Despite these continued efforts by those teaching in regional conservatoriums, there has been little systematic documentation of the institutional values, expectations and standards inherent in the professional practice or pedagogic activities of music educators in these settings.
The Kodaly Institute's extensive 'do-re-mi' courses originating in Queensland are now offered in several states and some universities or conservatoriums have also provided similar courses in their extension studies or in-service programs.
Some of those who had taken short courses to equip themselves as early childhood music educators were employed in the special external programs offered by conservatoriums and universities for young children.
Staff in the Music Education Unit of Sydney Conservatorium of Music (SCM, University of Sydney) researched the use of the electronic portfolio (ePortfolio) in preparation of music educators for music careers.
The music industry organisations were purposively selected as they had entered into a partnership with Sydney Conservatorium of Music's internship program as part of undergraduate music degree programs.