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Music Classes for Children

 

We offer Suzuki violin method instruction, serving children as young as age 3.

In the future, we may offer classes for young children, taught by Andrew Sims who has special interest, training and experience in Musickgarten. No classes are scheduled at this time, but we invite you to watch for opportunities for your children/students.

For more information, contact Conservatory Director This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

 

Community Choir

Performance Classes

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 well attended.


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The Taylor Flute Ensemble is a 32-week program starting on September 12th. The ensemble is conducted by flautist Dorie Gold with rehearsals taking place in Studio D of the Conservatory on Thursdays from 10:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.

The cost to participate is $340 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 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

 

NEW for Fall 2013! 

Whirlwinds Junior Flute Ensemble runs from September 14th through May 24th from 10:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. in Studio D at the conservatory. 

This group is for children ages 10 to 14; 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 $340 and includes 32 rehearsals, 2 concerts, all music and a music folder.

NO AUDITION IS NECESSARY

Contact Dorie directly at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

 

 

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 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to ask for details and to make sure that you qualify -- and make sure you take advantage of this great opportunity.

 

What to Bring to Your Lesson

  • You need to bring your instrument.
    • A violin can be rented from a number of businesses. We recommend Bella Music. They have a rent to own policy. You can find them at 11002-150 street             (780) 988-2352.

    A notebook for your teacher to write in. This helps you to know what and how to practice.

Pianists will need to have an instrument at home. An electronic keyboard is not enough. The best choice is a fully functioning upright or grand piano. The minimum requirement is a DIGITAL piano with 88 WEIGHTED KEYS and the option to change from light, to medium, to hard weight. For more information contact your teacher.

 

HELPFUL LINKS

Deadlines for RCM Exams
http://www.rcmexaminations.org/examinfo/index.html

Deadline for CC Exams
http://www.conservatorycanada.ca/exam

Music Festival Information
http://www.edmontonkiwanis.com/musicfest/registration.html

 

TAYLOR SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES 

1. Daly Family Scholarship

In honour of performer and teacher Eileen Arnold Daly (1920-2008) funds have been donated to Taylor by family members to assist with the education of students, specifically piano students.

2. Taylor Conservatory Student Scholarships

Money raised by faculty performances and odd fund raisers will be pooled and divided between studio teachers for annual awards for their best students. These students will also perform in an annual awards recital to be held in June of each year.

Other scholarships will arise as we continue to grow and develop. Stay tuned to see how we do with supporting our students!

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