Private Music Lessons
Year-round instruction is offered on all instruments, at all levels, all styles, and for all ages, at the Alberta College Campus. We offer 29 different types of music lessons. More than 85 instructors teach at the conservatory--our distinguished teachers have the credentials and ability to provide quality recreational or examination oriented instruction.
Voice – includes classical, opera, music theatre, jazz and contemporary
Piano – includes electric keyboard, organ and piano pedagogy
Strings – includes cello, double bass, viola and violin
Harp – includes classical and celtic
Winds and Brass – includes flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, French horn, trombone, euphonium and tuba
Drums and Percussion - jazz, rock, orchestral, mallet percussion, world percussion, hand drums, and drum kit
Guitar - includes classical, jazz, acoustic and electric
Musicianship and Theory – includes rudiments, harmony and theory
Performance Coaching - build confidence and reduce performance anxiety in preparation for performance, speech, or presentation.
To request an instructor now CLICK HERE
Spring/Summer Music Programs
- Belting Workshop: July 19
- Summer Music Theory: July 4 - Aug 8
- Summer Music Retreat: July 4 - 15
- Creative Music Workshop for Young Musicians: July 17 - July 21
- Children & Teen’s Collaborative Theatre Workshop: July 24-28
- Understanding Musical Development in Infants and Children: Aug 17
- Summer Jazz Workshop: Aug 21 – 25
- Summer Jazz Band Director Workshop: Aug 21 – 25
- Estill Voice Training Program: Aug 28 - Sept 1
Register now for summer programs by calling 780-633-3725.
Courses and Workshops
We offer courses and workshops throughout the year as well as Jump Start band clinics and week-long summer workshops for youth.
Ensembles provide the perfect opportunity for students to grow while sharing in the joy of music-making. Ensembles include various performance opportunities for
The Conservatory of Music has been enriching musical education in the Edmonton community since 1903.
Children's Tax Credit
Parents can claim up to a maximum of $250 spent on programs that focus on fine arts, music, and performing arts for the 2016 year. Effective for the 2017 and subsequent taxation years, the arts credits will be eliminated to be replaced by the Canada Child Benefit. To learn more about the changes, visit the Canada Revenue Agency website.