Conservatory Workshops/Reviews provide applicants an opportunity to demonstrate their artform and receive helpful feedback from our conservatory staff. Applicants should carefully examine the specific Workshop/Review Guidelines to prepare for their Conservatory Workshops/Reviews. If the guidelines specify that materials will be submitted digitally, those materials will need to be included when the application is submitted on or before Jan. 5, 2021. No student will be able to select a conservatory for enrollment if they have not completed ALL aspects of the Workshop/Review Guidelines for that conservatory.
Applicants will be able to schedule their own appointments to attend Conservatory Workshops/Reviews, should there be an in-person component. All in-person components of Conservatory Workshops/Reviews for the upcoming school year will be conducted in January and February.
Once an appointment is scheduled, there can be no changes to the scheduled date or time.
We encourage all applicants to participate in workshops/reviews for three different conservatories, in order to best prepare themselves to select a conservatory that would be a good fit for them. We strongly recommend that all applicants who have selected the Instrumental Music Conservatory or the Popular Music Conservatory also participate in a workshop/review for at least one other conservatory. These conservatories do not have an entry level of instruction, thus spaces are limited.
Additional support is available for students, parents, or guardians who require translation in order to best understand our admissions processes, as well as for those who need technology assistance. Applicants who have received or are currently receiving special services are encouraged to request in advance any necessary accommodations to support them during the admissions process.