Why choose our program
· Best Faculty - Over 40 Highly Qualified Teachers
· Best Facility - 5,500 sq.ft. with Computer Lab
· Recitals and Performance opportunities
The New California Conservatory, established in 2002, is dedicated to providing students with an exceptional educational and artistic experience while fostering a lifelong appreciation of and commitment to excellence in music. The school serves as the pre-collegiate program for the Conservatory. Through the study and creation of music, students of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds have the opportunity to express their artistic creativity.
We are dedicated to providing students with an exceptional educational and artistic experience while fostering a lifelong appreciation of and commitment to excellence in music. Through the study and creation of music, students of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds are given the opportunity to express their artistic creativity.
Our faculty members are highly qualified musicians and teachers from the community and conservatory. Quality instruction, from the beginning to advanced levels of study, is vital to students' musical development and has been shown to assist in their academic and social development.
Our instructors all have advanced academic degrees from prestigious universities as well as national and international recognition in their respective music specialty areas.
most have masters or doctorate degrees.
Recitals and Performances
The Conservatory has regular recitals for private students and performance classes. Private lessons and public performance is the primary training of the Conservatory experience.
The Conservatory sponsors recitals and concerts for the community. Students are encouraged to attend without cost. Students need to hear high quality performance to recognize what is excellent... it is a part of training the ear.
Historically, Conservatory students make excellent school grades, are leaders in their local schools, and have very supportive parental involvement.
Students are expected to always act in a respectful manner toward teachers and fellow students. Students are expected to attend classes and practice regularly in order to achieve musical growth.
NCC - 2 year olds to senior adults
The faculty work with the community students from ages 2 to senior citizens and help them reach their personal musical goals, which are often self enrichment, musical expression and appreciation. Students work at their own skill level and pace.
(Private lessons and classes are available to community members ages 2 and older.
Registration is first come, first served.)