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Conservatoire de musique de Genève

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Conservatoire de musique de Genève

The Conservatoire de musique de Genève is a music school in Geneva, Switzerland.
Founded by François Bartholoni in 1835. This conservatory is the oldest music education institution in Switzerland and one of the oldest conservatory in Europe. Franz Liszt has taught at this conservatory during the first year of its history. The Geneva International Music Competition was founded in 1939 (the first international competition) in this Conservatory. The Conservatory of music hosts 2 400 non-professional students. From 2009, the professional courses are led by the Geneva University of Music (Haute école de musique de Genève).

External links

  • Official website of Geneva University of Music (French) (English)
  • Official website of Geneva Conservatory (French)

Coordinates: 46°12′03″N 6°08′33″E / 46.2009°N 6.1425°E / 46.2009; 6.1425

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