The Glenn Gould School

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The Glenn Gould School
Former names
The Royal Conservatory of Music Professional School
Established 1987 (1987)
President Peter Simon
Dean James Anagnoson
Academic staff
85
Students 130
Location 273 Bloor Street West
Toronto
, Ontario, M5S 1W2, Canada
43°40′05″N 79°23′48″W / 43.66793°N 79.39656°W / 43.66793; -79.39656
Campus Urban
Website rcmusic.ca/glenn-gould-school

The Glenn Gould School is a centre for the training of professional musicians in performance at post-secondary and post-bachelor levels. The school was founded in 1987 and renamed in 1997 for the celebrated pianist, Glenn Gould, who was born and lived in Toronto and was an alumnus of The Royal Conservatory of Music.

Origin[edit]

The school was founded in 1987 as The Royal Conservatory of Music Professional School by The Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto. The school was renamed 1 January 1997 to The Glenn Gould School[1] "to honour one of the greatest musical minds in history.[2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Flynn, Andrew (27 August 1998). "Glenn Gould school breeds world-class professionals". Waterloo Region Record. Kitchener: Torstar Corporation. therecord.com. p. D15 Entertainment. ISSN 0824-5150. 
  2. ^ "The Glenn Gould School » Key Facts and History". www.rcmusic.ca. Royal Conservatory of Music. 1 January 1997. Retrieved 20 December 2011.  External link in |work= (help)

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