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The Sydney Conservatorium of Music (SCM) — formerly the New South Wales State Conservatorium of Music, and known by the moniker "The Con" — is the music school of the University of Sydney. It is one of the oldest and most prestigious music schools in Australia, founded in 1915 by Belgian conductor and violinist Henri Verbrugghen.
|New South Wales State Conservatorium of Music
|Public university college
|1915; 109 years ago (1915)
|University of Sydney
|Head of School and Dean
|Stables for the First Government House
|9 August 1817 (1817-08-09)
|Design and construction
|Chris Johnson anor
|NSW Government Architect with Daryl Jackson, Robin Dyke and Robert Tanner
|Conservatorium of Music; Government House Stables; Governor's Stables
|State heritage (built)
|a., b., c., d., e., f., g.
|14 January 2011
|Government and Administration
The heritage-listed main building of the Conservatorium — the Greenway Building — is located within the Royal Botanic Gardens on Macquarie Street on the eastern fringe of the Sydney central business district. It also has teaching at the main campus of the University in Camperdown/Darlington, at the Seymour Centre and eventually the Footbridge Theatre.
The Greenway Building is also home to the community-based Conservatorium Open Academy and the Conservatorium High School. In addition to its secondary, undergraduate, post-graduate and community education teaching and learning functions, the Conservatorium undertakes research in various fields of music. The Building was added to the New South Wales State Heritage Register on 14 January 2011.
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