We love and truly care about the progress of our students and in return we see enthusiasm of learning.
Our goal is to help every student to become a musician and carry this passion through life. Young musicians are proven to become strong and motivated individuals who succeed in any field they choose their career in.
Music is a language - and like any language, there are many basics which must be mastered prior to advancing to more complex applications. During a course of study, we attempt to cover all areas of musicianship: theory, technique, formal analysis, harmony, ear-training, sight-reading, and a comprehensive study of musical literature in a progressive fashion. Please bear in mind that no two students are exactly alike, and children (as well as adults) learn at different rates of speed. Even brothers and sisters within families differ radically in motivation and temperament. Therefore, I approach students as individuals and attempt to challenge each according to their own unique potential. Music is not easy, and may not always be "fun". However, given sufficient time and structured practice, it does become enjoyable to master the many different aspects of this art.
30 minutes weekly lessons are recommended for Elementary school age students.
Tuition is $140 per month.
45 minutes weekly lessons are recommended for Middle School age students/or Intermediate Level.
Tuition $210 per month.
60 minutes weekly lessons are recommended for High School age and Adults/Advanced Level.
Tuition $280 per month.
Family discounts are available.
Recitals at the Conservatory:
December 6th 5 p.m. Piano Division
December 7th 4 p.m. Strings/Woodwind/Brass Divisions
May 16th 2020 at the Conservatory all divisions
3 p.m. – String/Woodwind/Brass Divisions
5 p.m. – Piano Division
Selected students will have an opportunity to participate in two competitions - Rising Stars at Lamont School of Music at DU on April th 2020 and at College of Music CU Boulder in October 2020 as well as to play at the
Center for the Arts Evergreen on
September 13th Rocky Mountain National Watermedia Show Opening Reception 4-7 p.m.
November 15th Holiday Show Opening Reception 4-7 p.m.
More dates TBA for 2020
Composition and Music History
Classes are offered at 3 levels - elementary, middle and high school/adult.
Monthly sessions $60 per person per session of 4 lessons.
Elementary school age 5 p.m.
Middle school age 5:30 p.m.
High School age 6 p.m.
Session 1 - Aug. 24 - Sep. 17
Session 2 - Sep. 21 - Oct. 15
Session 3 - Oct. 19 - Nov. 12
Session 4 - Nov. 16 - Dec. 17
Composition with David Ellis on Tuesdays or Wednesdays.
Advance your musicianship through the study of composition! Learn the basics of creating your own melody, adding rhythm and harmony, selecting keys and instruments, and refining it with dynamics, texture, and form.
Discover a greater and deeper perspective into the process of creative expression, and become more aware of the different stylistic choices made by composers throughout history.
Cultivate your own unique creative voice and
your ability to express yourself!
Music History with Elena Keil on Mondays and Evan King on Thursdays
Session 1 - Baroque Period
Session 2 - Classical Period
Session 3 - 19th Century Romanticism
Session 4 - 20th Century
Jazz Ensembles with Ted Homan TBA
String Ensembles with Monica Sáles Council on Thursdays
Theory - High School Level with David Ellis on Tuesday or Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.
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