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date: 20 November 2019

Chetham's School of Music 

Source:
The Oxford Dictionary of Music
Author(s):
Joyce KennedyJoyce Kennedy, Michael KennedyMichael Kennedy, Tim Rutherford-JohnsonTim Rutherford-Johnson

School in Manchester founded 1653 by Humphrey Chetham as charitable foundation for boys. In 1969 became first Brit. co‐educational sch. basing admission solely on music audition. Has 275 pupils. Specialist music education given within framework of full academic curriculum.... ...

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