Leeds College of Music成立时间: 1965
Leeds College of Music (1,000 full-time and over 1,000 part-time students) is the only specialist music college in the UK to offer both Higher and Further Education courses, providing a unique opportunity for progression from BTEC courses through to Undergraduate and Postgraduate degrees.
Students are taught in a vibrant and creative environment by academic staff who are active in the music industry as performers, composers and producers.
The College provides the highest quality education and training to help each individual student fulfill their potential and achieve a career as a professional musician.
The College benefits from its position within a city that has a great musical heritage. Leeds is known throughout the world for the Leeds International Piano Competition, founded in 1963 by Dame Fanny Waterman. The triennial Leeds Conductors Competition, organised by Leeds City Council, is one of only a few in the UK and exists to support young British conductors at the start of their careers.
Internationally Leeds has also become known as the home of the Kaiser Chiefs and Corinne Bailey Rae, artists who have achieved world-wide recognition without losing their Yorkshire accent.