Victoria Conservatory of Music
|Victoria Conservatory of Music|
Canadian rock singer Hawksley Workman performing at the Victoria Conservatory of Music in 2006
|900 Johnson Street
|School type||Music school|
The Victoria Conservatory of Music (VCM) is a music school in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. There is a garden tour organised by VCM each year. Louise Rose regularly leads workshops at VCM. VCM partnered with the University of Victoria to develop a Canadian music therapy program for people with disabilities. VCM was once located at Craigdarroch Castle, and also spent time in a building on the grounds of St. Ann's Academy, but is now located at 900 Johnson Street, a building previously used as a church by the United Church of Canada. Cambodian musician Hy Chanthavouth studied at VCM. Walter Prossnitz is the piano department head at VCM. Stephen Green is VCM's dean.
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