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Moscow State Conservatory (Small Hall)

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Moscow State Conservatory (Small Hall) The Moscow State Conservatory, named after the famous composer Piotr Tchaikovsky, and frequently referred to as the "Tchaikovsky Conservatory", was founded on September 1, 1866, by Nikolay Rubinstein (1835-1881), a brilliant pianist, conductor and musical "propagator".
At present, the Moscow Conservatory is one of the finest and most famous schools of music in the world. This said, as opposed to being one school of music, the Conservatory is, in reality, an entire complex of institutions, consisting not only of the Moscow State Conservatory (Small Hall)Conservatory itself, but also of different Conservatory-affiliated schools. These are: the Conservatory Musical College, a specialized musical high-school, with circa 700 students, to which is attached a Childrens Musical School, with circa 300 pupils; the Central Specialized Music School, with circa 270 children, and the Military Band Conducting Academy (with circa 230 students). A Conservatory Academic Council oversees the work of these specialized schools, often sharing its professors and academic staff with them. On the other hand, graduates from these specialized schools frequently enter the Conservatory upon completing their secondary education, though admission is competition- based and subject to entrance exams.What does the student studying at the Moscow Conservatory receive? Above all, naturally, highly professional and artistic training by world-famous professors, composers, artists and scholars. But there is more. In fact, those who cross the threshold of the Conservatory, immediately come into contact with an atmosphere of rich culture and with a very wide range of artistic events. The "Great Hall", as previously mentioned, plays an intrinsic role in this. But so do the "Small Hall" and the "Rachmaninov Hall". They are the "Conservatory Halls", accessible to the entire student body and in them, many a student is given the opportunity of demonstrating his or her performing skills. The Moscow Conservatory, in fact, organizes several hundred concerts per year in its own halls, as well as in those of other Russian cities, providing its students, once again, with many an opportunity to actively participate in musical and cultural events.
Moscow State Conservatory (Small Hall). Click to enlarge This has broad implications; it not only means that students specializing in musicology, itself, receive a most thorough training in their field(s), but that all Moscow Conservatory students, irrespective of what they are majoring in, receive a very firm grounding in musicology, dispensed by the same teachers, scholars and researchers. If one adds to this that the Russian school of musicology is, in principle, devoid of "scholastic squabbling" and much more oriented towards the semantics of art, the type of theory education that Moscow Conservatory students receive is closely related to a wide range of problems that many of them are confronted with, most notably in the fields of the performing arts and composition.Finally, the Conservatory provides each and every student with the possibility of freely defining his or her artistic interests. Moscow State Conservatory (Small Hall) Its goal is to educate its students so that their true artistic personalites may emerge and so that they may become both real professionals and genuine "agents of culture". Everything is subordinated to this goal. Creative initiatives on the part of students are supported and encouraged. Flexibility reigns, and students are allowed to simultaneously study subjects that are outside the bounds of their "specialities". To cite but one example: if students of the performing arts wish to study composition, and demonstrate abilities in this field, they are free to enroll in composition classes, as well as in any other related theory class or classes. Much the same applies to conducting and to research in musicology. In general, all sorts of rich and diversifed inter-department opportunities are readily available to Moscow Conservatory students, enabling them to pursue high-level performance, scholarly and teaching careers.

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