Harbin Conservatory Of Music is located at No.3179 XueZi Street, SongBei District, Harbin, which is called “the city of music” by United Nations. As the only independent establishing state-run institution of higher learning for arts of Heilongjiang Province, Harbin Conservatory Of Music is trying to become the one of the best domestic and international well-known institutions of higher learning for fine arts by adhering to the concept of “feature-oriented and cutting-edge development for elite cultivation with high starting point”.
Full range of discipline and speciality: Harbin Conservatory Of Music has a doctor's degree awarded authority in two disciplines, a master's degree award authority in two disciplines and professional master's degree in arts. The Conservatory has departments of musicology, composition, vocal music and opera, traditional Chinese vocal music, orchestral instruments, traditional Chinese instruments, and piano, with three majors of musicology, Composition and Theories of Composition, and music performance, and with nine major training orientations.
Outstanding Faculties: The Conservatory has seventy-one full-time teachers, among whom sixty-three are Chinese with four doctorial tutors, twenty-four master tutors, three experts enjoying the special government allowance, and eight are Russian with vice-doctorate , four associate professors. Chinese teachers are undertaking seven national social science fund projects.
Excellent equipment and facilities: The Conservatory has one music hall, one recording studio , two hundred and ninty-four piano rooms and nine all kinds of rehearsal halls, and becomes the first Conservatory with three hundred Steinway&Sons pianos nationwide, which can meet teachers and students’ demands of teaching, rehearsal and performance.
Feature-oriented education: The Conservatory lays emphasis on the cooperation of education between China and Russia and has established profound and wide-ranging teaching coopreation machanism with Russia in the level of teaching, research, creation and performance. Eight Russian experts are being hired as teachers of the Conservatory, among whom two have been appointed as deans of departments of piano and orchestral instruments.