<p>Director's Welcome Message</p>

Director's Welcome Message

Dear Instrumental Music Conservatory Families, 

Welcome to the information platform for the Instrumental Music Conservatory. This information platform will serve as our main point of communication with both our current, and prospective, students and families! The Instrumental Music Conservatory is a college/conservatory preparatory program for wind, percussion, string, piano, and guitar students. The conservatory is divided into four separate programs: Winds & Jazz Program, Strings & Orchestra Program, Pianist Program, and Guitar Program. Each program provides a customized curriculum that is specific to the instruments in each program. Students in each program will have access to large ensembles, chamber music, master/methods courses, music theory courses, and music history courses.

Throughout the year, students will participate in a number of performances and festivals, as well as master classes with guest artists and conductors. I'd like to invite you to explore our upcoming performances/events on our calendar to stay up-to-date with the happenings of the Instrumental Music Conservatory.

 

To the fore, 

Jeffrey E. de Seriere II
Director, Instrumental Music

Program Mission Statement

The Instrumental Music Conservatory strives to create an environment that allows our students to develop their “whole musician”. Technique and musicianship are taught throughout all genres of music, while simultaneously establishing the groundwork for continued study.

Upcoming Events

Winter Concert 
Date: December 14th, 2017

Time: 7:30 pm

Location: PAC

Performing Ensembles: Wind Ensemble, CSArts Philharmonic, Jazz Ensemble

Season Finale
Date: May 10th, 2018

Time: 7:30 pm

Location: PAC

Performing Ensembles: Wind Ensemble, CSArts Philharmonic, Jazz Ensemble

CONSERVATORY DONATIONS

Our Conservatory thrives with the support of all of our families giving of their time, effort, gifts and talents to provide an unparaelled experience for our students. These donations are VERY IMPORTANT, and are a big part of how we are able to provide performance opportunities, master classes and notable guest artists.

Please note that these donations are not part of the Parent Funding Agreement (PFA).

If you should have any questions or concerns regarding these donations, feel free to contact Jeffrey de Seriere, Director confidentially at: jeffrey.deSeriere@sgv.csarts.net


California School of the Arts is organized as a non-profit organization under IRS code 501(c)(3) our Tax ID is 33-0891574.
All cash donations are fully tax deductible as provided by law.