Definition of conservatorium in English:

conservatorium

Line breaks: con|ser¦va|tor¦ium
Pronunciation: /kənˌsəːvəˈtɔːrɪəm
 
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noun (plural conservatoriums or conservatoria)

Australian term for conservatoire.
More example sentences
  • More than 100 vocal teachers and performers from China's leading conservatoriums of music and art institutes also participated as auditors in the programme.
  • So why did they select this genre for a ride as opposed to studying jazz or Mozart at the conservatorium?
  • Next year, she plans to audition for a place at NIDA and the conservatorium of music.

Origin

mid 19th century: from German Konservatorium and modern Latin.

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