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Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía
Established 1991
Type Private
President HRH The Queen Sofía of Spain
Principal Paloma O'Shea
Location Madrid, Spain
Campus Urban
Website Official website

The Queen Sofía College of Music (Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía) is a private music college founded in Madrid, Spain, in 1991 by Paloma O'Shea. The School is one of the leading music institutions in Spain.

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History

Programs

The purpose is to train first-rate musicians, and all the necessary resources are made available to students and teachers with this end in mind. The school offers individually-tailored instruction to ensure that each student gets the training that he or she needs. However, the school does not award academic degrees of any kind.

Alumni

Former and present staff

Facilities

The school's new campus is in central Madrid near the Royal Palace and Madrid's main opera theatre, Teatro Real. The new building has over 30 teaching and rehearsal rooms, offices, library and a large concert hall.

See also

References

http://aula.el-mundo.es/aula/noticia.php/2005/01/14/aula1105642104.html http://www.casareal.es/noticias/news/3387-ides-idweb.html

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