Royal Danish Academy of Music

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The Royal Danish Academy of Music.

The Royal Danish Academy of Music, or Royal Danish Conservatory of Music (Danish: Det Kongelige Danske Musikkonservatorium), in Copenhagen was founded in 1825 by Giuseppe Siboni from Forlì. It was newly founded in 1867 by the composer Niels Gade.

It is the oldest professional institution of musical education in Denmark as well as the largest, with approximately 400 students. Queen Margrethe II of Denmark is Protector of the institution.


External links

  • official website (in English)
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