Hours of Operation

Lessons are arranged according to the teacher’s availability and can occur outside main office hours.

Main Office Hours
Monday-Friday 12 noon – 6pm
Saturdays depending upon season. Closed major holidays EXCEPT for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and President’s Day
(major holidays include New Year’s Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas)

Little did SPCM Suzuki violin student F.C.and her teacher, Leif Petersen know that today they would participate in the 2nd Annual Make Music Minnesota Festival this afternoon?! They joined thousands of others from around the world celebrating the making of music....all participants sat in the sponsor's Mini Cooper car and were filmed live! FUN! ...

The Saint Paul Conservatory of Music shared Iran In Photos's Iranian Traditional Musical Instruments. ...

These two Iranian ladies ( Kimia Azari & Maneh Shafie ) are using two Iranian traditional musical insturments to play this music. Tombak or Dombak, is a goblet drum from Persia (ancient Iran). It is considered the principal percussion instrument of Persian music. The tonbak is normally positioned diagonally across the torso while the player uses one or more fingers and/or the palm(s) of the hand(s) on the drumhead, often (for a ringing timbre) near the drumhead's edge. Sometimes tonbak players wear metal finger rings for an extra-percussive "click" on the drum's shell. Tonbak virtuosi perform solos lasting ten minutes or more. The tompak had been used to create a goblet drum. The Setar, meaning "three" and tār, meaning "string") is an Iranian musical instrument. It is a member of the lute family, which is played with the index finger of the right hand. Two and a half centuries ago, a fourth string was added to the setar. it has 25 - 27 moveable frets which are usually made of animal intestines or silk. It originated in Persia before the spread of Islam.

Clea! Why buy any more instruments??!! ...

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