Hellenic Conservatory

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The Hellenic Conservatory (Greek: Ελληνικό Ωδείο) was founded in Athens in 1919 by the composer Manolis Kalomiris. Kalomoiris was the conservatoire's director until 1926, when he left to found the National Conservatoire. The conservatoire early on opened a number of branches throughout Athens, in a number of cities in Greece, and in Cyprus. The conservatoire's current location is Didotou 53 and its artistic director is Alkis Mpaltas.

Theodore Antoniou, Leonidas Kavakos and Dimitri Terzakis were students of the Hellenic Conservatory.

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Coordinates: 37°59′04″N 23°44′08″E / 37.98433°N 23.73569°E / 37.98433; 23.73569