Reykjavík College of Music
The Reykjavík College of Music (Icelandic: Tónlistarskólinn í Reykjavík) is an Icelandic conservatory of music that was founded in 1930 and is the oldest surviving college of music in the country. It offers music education at intermediate, continuing, and university levels. Students graduate with a degree equivalent to a B.A. in performance, singing or composition or a B.Ed. in Music education.
The Reykjavík College of Music also operates a symphony orchestra (Orchestra of the Reykjavík College of Music), whose purpose is to train students in performance.
- Tónlistarskólinn í Reykjavík at ismennt.is (Icelandic), retrieved 23 June 2010.
- Bjarki Sveinbjörnsson, "Tónlistarskólinn í Reykjavík", "Tónlist á Íslandi á 20. öld: Með sérstakri áherslu á upphaf og þróun elektrónískrara tónlistar á árunum 1960-90" (Icelandic - Music in Iceland in the 20th Century: With Particular Reference to the Origins and Development of Electronic Music in the Years 1960-90), PhD Dissertation, Aalborg University 1997, at ismennt.is.
- Reykjavík College of Music (Icelandic)