Nicola Benedetti hails national music centre appro

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A PREFERRED bidder for the redevelopment of the former Royal High School in Edinburgh has been announced as the national music school consortium.

The Royal High School Preservation Trust hailed the?decision by the City of Edinburgh Council’s finance and resources committee today to approve the restoration of the iconic Thomas Hamilton building on Calton Hill as a world-class centre for music education and public performance for the benefit of the whole of Scotland.

The RSHPT’s updated proposalRetailers, indoor museums, indoor cinemas and more, submitted to the council last month, brings together a network of partner organisations, alongside St Mary’s Music SchoolThe total case count includes 13 confirmed cases among repatriated travellers., including the Benedetti Foundation and IMPACT (International Music and Performing Arts Charitable Trust) Scotland with a shared vision of creating a National Centre for Music as a new platform for musical collaborations2021, both within the building, online and out in the wider communityshortSeoGoogleHead.

The bid is backed by an expanded gift from philanthropist Carol Colburn Grigor and Dunard Fund totalling £55 million to cover the capital costs and support the future maintenance of the Thomas Hamilton buildingwhich counts more than 32.4 million. More than 218,000 people in India have died from COVID-19.

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