Xinghai Conservatory of Music

Coordinates: 23°03′38″N 113°22′30″E / 23.06055°N 113.37500°E / 23.06055; 113.37500
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Xinghai Conservatory of Music
星海音乐学院 (Chinese)
AffiliationGuangdong Province Office of Education
No. 398, Waihuan Xilu (Waihuan Rd. W.), HEMC, Panyu District
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23°03′38″N 113°22′30″E / 23.06055°N 113.37500°E / 23.06055; 113.37500
Campus189,993 square kilometres (73,357 sq mi) (HEMC campus)
Chinese name
Simplified Chinese星海音乐学院
Traditional Chinese星海音樂學院

The Xinghai Conservatory of Music, also known as the Xinghai Conservatory, is a music conservatory in Guangzhou City, Guangdong Province, China.[1] It has two campuses: one in the Guangzhou Higher Education Mega Center in Panyu District, another at No. 48, Xianlie Donglu (Xianlie Rd. E. 23°08′59″N 113°18′15″E / 23.14978°N 113.30412°E / 23.14978; 113.30412), Tianhe District. The conservatory was established in 1932 by the composer Ma Sicong as the Guangzhou Conservatory of Music.

Both the Xinghai Conservatory of Music and the Xinghai Concert Hall are named after the noted composer Xian Xinghai (Chinese: 冼星海), who died on October 30, 1945, at the age of 40.

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  1. ^ "Xinghai Conservatory of Music". Guangzhou Foreign Affairs Office. 10 January 2017. Retrieved 18 February 2024.

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