The Saint Paul Conservatory of Music is a music-making community, offering high quality music education to all segments of society. Here the aspirations of students of all ages and abilities are met with a commitment to excellence through creative expression, disciplined training, and performance opportunities. Thus our motto is "Enriching lives through the joy of music."


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SPCM Halloween Concert and Benefit

October 25, 2014, 2:00pm

McNally Smith College of Music

Join us for the fun, with students, parents and teachers in costume at this annual SPCM tradition. The concert is followed by a reception with treats and kids activities. Featured performers include the Suzuki strings, the Renaissance Band, pianist Gideon Scheeler, the SPCM Children's Choir and more. Free will donations benefit our Music 4 All program, providing scholarships for lessons and partnering with public schools to provide high quality music education to all.

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The SPCM musical community gathered on OCtober 22, 2014 at the University Club on Summit Ave in St Paul to take in performances by students and faculty, and celebrate our community.

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Fantastic day of music and fun at the SPCM Chamber Music Day, Op. 2! Great work, everyone! ...

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Free parking is available one block away from the Conservatory at the Ramsey County Public Health Lot between Wabasha and Cedar St on 10th St on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday after 4:30 pm and all day Saturday.

Metered parking is available on Exchange St, 10th St, Wabasha St and other nearby streets as available. Meters are enforced Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. New multi-space meter pay stations have replaced many of the existing downtown parking meters. These meters will take quarters, dollar coins or credit or debit cards.

Parking is available in the 7th Street Ramp —entrances to this ramp are located on both Cedar and Wabasha. Parking is also available in the Gallery Ramp on Exchange Street between St. Peter and Wabasha Streets.  Access our updated online map and printable parking guide to check on the latest parking ramp changes and rate adjustments. Our online map and downloadable PDF include special information such as ramp closures and changes due to construction.