ENROLL NOWNew Classes- Kids & Teens

Private Lessons in All Instruments/ FIRST NOTES - Music for Babies and Toddlers/ Introductory Piano/ Songwriting

ENROLL NOWNew Classes for Adults

Introductory Guitar for Adults/ Introductory Piano for Adults/ Private Lessons in All Instruments

CAN I STILL ENROLL?YES.

You may register for private lessons at any time. In addition, you can join many classes and large ensembles after the semester has begun, and others begin throughout the year.

CAN I STILL ENROLL?YES.

The Conservatory has open enrollment 12 months a year for everyone from babies to adults. Contact us for more information.

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Remembering Harold Jones

It is with much sadness that we announce the passing of Harold Jones yesterday morning. Harold joined the Conservatory faculty in 1966. His impact as a performer, teacher, colleague, and friend has been wide reaching and unparalleled. Harold’s charm and good humor impacted all of us and made our lives better. We will miss him deeply.

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“I started the violin when I was three. The day after my retirement, I went to the Conservatory and I have been here ever since. My goal was to come back to where I was when I stopped playing and within a year I surpassed that so I really enjoyed it.”
- Harry Bright, adult student
“Since retiring from the board, I’ve continued to support the Conservatory because it makes a very valuable contribution to the community, serving people of all ages, adults as well as children, and offering special programs like music therapy that are not available in many other places. The range of programs is truly unique.”
- Robert Gellert, donor and former trustee
“At the Conservatory, children at every level will find the ability to gain confidence and grow through music in ways that affect every aspect of their lives.”
- Mayo Bartlett, MCW parent and trustee
“Music is perhaps the one and only language that all human beings can communicate with and derive joy from.”
- Joel Breitkopf, MCW trustee