Hamburger Konservatorium

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Building of Hamburger Konservatorium at the street of Sülldorfer Landstraße

The Hamburger Konservatorium is a music conservatory located in the Sülldorf quarter of Hamburg, and it is one of the largest private music schools in Germany. Established as the Klaer'sches Konservatorium für Musik in 1908, it is the oldest school of music in Northern Germany. The school offers a variety of courses, including undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate diplomas under the umbrella of the conservatory's Music Academy, and courses for children and non-degree seeking adults of all ages under the umbrella of the conservatory's Music School. Mark Menke is the school's current director.[1]

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  1. ^ "Hamburger Konservatorium". German Music Information Center.

Coordinates: 53°34′50″N 9°47′50″E / 53.58056°N 9.79722°E / 53.58056; 9.79722