ArtEZ University of Arts

ArtEZ University of Arts

ArtEZ stands for an internationally recognised standard of quality in art education. Graduates are able to contribute to constant renewal in art and quality in society. We prepare our students to perform at the highest level as professional artists & designers or teachers, in a wide scope of contexts such as visual art, design, architecture, music, dance and theatre. 

 

Nagaland Conservatory of Music

Nagaland Conservatory of Music

The mission of Nagaland Conservatory of Music is to provide specialized music education and professional training at the highest international level, enabling students to develop their musical skills, knowledge, understanding and resourcefulness, enabling them to contribute significantly to the musical life globally.

Royal Irish Academy of Music

Royal Irish Academy of Music

Founded in 1848, the Irish (later Royal Irish) Academy of Music is Ireland’s oldest musical teaching institution. Among its founders were Francis and Joseph Robinson, John Smith, Samuel Pigott, Charles Graves and John Stanford. Opening on 1 March 1848, the Academy held its first classes at the Antient Concert Rooms in Great Brunswick Street (now Pearse Street).By 1855, it was clear that a reorganisation of the Academy was necessary. A new committee was formed and the reconstituted Academy opened at 18 St Stephen’s Green on 12 February 1856. 
In 1870, the Academy secured a government grant and, on 29 October 1870, it moved to its present home at 36 Westland Row. Numbers 37 and 38 Westland Row were acquired in 1915. 
In 1872, as the result of a visit by Queen Victoria’s second son, the Duke of Edinburgh, the Academy successfully petitioned the Queen to become its patron. The Irish Academy of Music became the Royal Irish Academy of Music by royal command.