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The oldest independent conservatory in the United States. Founded in 1867 by Eben Turget and located in Boston. The only music school in the United States, recognized as a national historical monument.nThe Conservatory has been working closely with the Boston Symphony Orchestra since its inception in 1881 (the first group consisted largely of teachers of the conservatory). Built in 1903, the Conservatory Concert Hall, Jordan Hall, accommodates 1,019 listeners and belongs to the most prestigious American concert venues. Jordan Hall is NEC’s central performing space. Opened in 1904, Jordan Hall was the gift of New England Conservatory trustee Eben D. Jordan the 2nd, a member of the family that founded the Jordan Marsh retail stores and himself an amateur musician. In 1901, Jordan donated land for NEC’s main building, while also offering to fund a concert hall with a gift of $120,000.

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