FOSTERING CREATIVITY, NURTURING DEVELOPMENT
The Conservatory Early Childhood Music Program is a sequential continuum of classes that allow each young child to develop at his or her own pace. Child-centered and based on active involvement in making and responding to music, progression through classes is determined by the child. Classes are designed to be repeated in order to reinforce musical concepts in the context of new songs, improvisations, and activities that offer challenge and variety. Group class registration occurs at the beginning of each semester via this website or by calling us at 651-224-2205.
Meet the faculty that will help to shape your child’s musical skills.
Event Phone: 651-224-2205
- Mon, Jul 11, - Fri, Jul 22,
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
The Saint Paul Conservatory of Music offers two summer camps. The Children’s Music Workshop is open to children who have completed Kindergarten up to 6th grade. Maestro’s of the Future is open to ages 13 to 17. DATES: July 11-22 (Mon-Fri) HOURS: 9am-4pm GRADES: completed K up to 6th grade FEE: $575, $550 for current SPCM students For more (more…)
- Sun, Feb 21,
11:30 am - 5:00 pm
Music for a Medici Wedding – 1589 February 21, 2016 Early Music Day 2016 Brochure Vocalists and instrumentalists who love early music are invited to join the party of the Florentine Intermedi of 1589. Called “La Pellegrina,” it was an extended “musical tableau” composed in several sections which was performed at the celebrated wedding of (more…)
- Mon, Aug 1, - Thu, Aug 4,
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Maestros of the Future is a music and leadership workshop that motivates, inspires, and empowers young adults to make a positive impact on their lives. Intermediate to advanced teenaged musicians will explore chamber music with active chamber musician Rena Kraut by playing in duet, trios, and quartets with their peers. Open to 13-17 year olds. (more…)