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Performances & Events

The Conservatory presents a variety of youth and professional performances throughout the year. Find event information on our Facebook page or on the University Events page. All events take place at the College Avenue Campus (2155 College Avenue) unless otherwise specified or are available to join through remote delivery (video conference). Learn more about our Zoom Rules & Guidelines

If you are looking for student recitals, you can find information on our Private Lessons > Recitals page.

Summer Conservatory Instructor Mini Concert Series

The Conservatory is proud to present seven unique mini solo concerts by instructors who teach lessons in our Private Lesson music studios. These concerts are part educational experience and part celebration of our wonderful instructors. These are perfect for the whole family as the concerts have a maximum duration of 30 minutes. Join with a curious mind as we are also providing an opportunity to have a question and answer period with instructors at the end of their concert set. These are remote/virtual concerts (no in person audience) and will be performed via Zoom to allow for interaction between the performer and audience. If you miss the online registration deadline, please contact our Student Services Non-Credit Office to register over the phone. Concerts are $10/household (register one family member and all family members can join the Zoom call at home).

Date Suitable Ages Performer Concert Title & Registration Link
Sat, Jul 10 at 2pm Ages 8+ Carmen Constantinescu (violin) Short Musical Gems for Violin
Sat, Jul 17 at 2pm All Ages Allison Luff (piano) The Piano and the Butterfly
Sat, Jul 31 at 2pm Ages 8+ Renée Coghill (guitar) Classical Guitar Through the Ages
Sat, Aug 7 at 2pm All Ages Cécile Denis (harp) Celtic vs. Classical Harp
Sat, Aug 14 at 2pm All Ages Megan Fries (piano, voice) Pride & Prejudice & Piano & Voice
Sat, Aug 21 at 2pm All Ages Alyssa Woolhether (voice) Paris in the 1920's through Song
Sat, Aug 28 at 2pm All Ages Cory Cristoph (guitar) Bach & Mozart for the Guitar