Undergrad Credit for Music Training at Taylor
The quality of music instruction at Taylor has long been recognized by other academic institutions, and Taylor now offers expanded opportunities for our Conservatory students to earn credit towards a degree program.
Many of the music lessons at the Conservatory of Music qualify for transferable credit to other institutions. Flute, piano, violin, voice – why not get credit while you learn? Study under our excellent instructors and gain a second valuable benefit, saving time and money during your post-secondary efforts down the road!
Contact our admissions department to ask for details and to make sure that you qualify -- and make sure you take advantage of this great opportunity.
There are currently 2 opportunities for students to develop their musical gifts through performance classes. These choirs are great fun and offer significant value, and public performances are always well attended. Both ensembles will perform at the Legislature in December 2015.
The Taylor Flute Ensemble is a 32-week program beginning September 16th. The ensemble is conducted by flautist Dorie Gold with rehearsals taking place in Studio A of the Conservatory. Please note the new day and time Wednesdays at 1:30 p.m.
The cost to participate is $400 for the year. The fee includes two concert performances, all music and a music folder.
This exciting opportunity to participate in a community flute choir is open to beginner and intermediate adults.
NO AUDITION IS NECESSARY.
Contact Dorie directly at email@example.com.
Whirlwinds Junior Flute Ensemble starts up again September 19th. Join them Saturday mornings from 10:30 to 11:45.
This group is for children ages 10 to 15. Learn to play in an ensemble setting and gain experience performing in a group.
Each player must be able to play a B-flat scale and read dotted-eighth rhythms.
Cost for the year is $400 and includes 32 rehearsals, 2 concerts, all music and a music folder.
NO AUDITION IS NECESSARY
Private Instruction for Children
The minimum age requirement for private lessons at the Conservatory of Music at Taylor is age 6. In certain circumstances children may be accepted at age 5, depending on the individual teacher.
Our violin teachers have experience teaching both the Suzuki Method and the Royal Conservatory exam program.
If you would like to take a trial lesson (30 minute lesson at the teacher's current fee) with a teacher of your choice please contact the director. Trial lessons are only available if the instructor's studio is not full.
For more information, contact Conservatory Director Leslie Mahr.