Victoria Conservatory of Music

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Victoria Conservatory of Music
Hawksley Workman at the Victoria Conservatory of Music.jpg
Canadian rock singer Hawksley Workman performing at the Victoria Conservatory of Music in 2006
Address
900 Johnson Street
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Information
School type Music school
Dean Stephen Green
Alumni Hy Chanthavouth

The Victoria Conservatory of Music (VCM) is a music school in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.[1] There is a garden tour organised by VCM each year.[2] Louise Rose regularly leads workshops at VCM.[3] VCM partnered with the University of Victoria to develop a Canadian music therapy program for people with disabilities.[4] VCM was once located at Craigdarroch Castle,[5] and also spent time in a building on the grounds of St. Ann's Academy,[6] but is now located at 900 Johnson Street, a building previously used as a church by the United Church of Canada.[7] Cambodian musician Hy Chanthavouth studied at VCM.[8] Walter Prossnitz is the piano department head at VCM.[9] Stephen Green is VCM's dean.[10]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Try out a tuba at Victoria Conservatory of Music's open house". Victoria News. September 6, 2012. Retrieved September 12, 2012. 
  2. ^ Stephanie Feeny (2002). The Northwest Gardeners' Resource Directory: Western Oregon, Washington and British Columbia (9 ed.). Sasquatch Books. p. 263. ISBN 1570613036. 
  3. ^ Herstory 2011: The Canadian Women's Calendar. Coteau Books. p. 26. ISBN 1550504274. 
  4. ^ Adam R. Tindale; Manjinder S. Benning; Nigel Livingston (2007). Gorka Eizmendi, José Miguel Azkoitia, Ger M. Craddock, ed. "Virtual Instrument Control for Music Therapy". Challenges for Assistive Technology (IOS Press): 414. ISBN 1586037919. 
  5. ^ Danda Humphreys (2004). Building Victoria: Men, Myths, and Mortar. Heritage House Publishing. p. 57. ISBN 1894384687. 
  6. ^ Dorothy Mindenhall (2012). Unbuilt Victoria. Dundurn Group. p. 173. ISBN 1459701763. 
  7. ^ Betty Gordon Funke (2004). Tweed Curtain Pioneers. Trafford Publishing. p. 34. ISBN 1412009758. 
  8. ^ Annalee Grant (September 6, 2012). "The return of Hy Chanthavouth: Cambodian tenor visits his home-away-from home". Cranbrook Daily Townsman. Retrieved September 12, 2012. 
  9. ^ "Friends of Music Special Concert". Courier-Islander. September 5, 2012. Retrieved September 12, 2012. 
  10. ^ Amy Smart (September 1, 2012). "Toronto educator is dean at VCM". Times Colonist. Retrieved September 12, 2012.