Category Archives: Youth Programs

SUMMER FIDDLE CAMPS

Want an exciting musical adventure this summer? We invite you to experience the rich tradition of Manitoba fiddling in our Summer Fiddle Camps led by our great fiddle-master Cameron Baggins and his guest instructors! FABULOUS FIDDLING AROUND Open to adults and children (ages 7+), this course is great complement to private lessons or traditional group Suzuki […]

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SUMMER UKULELE AL FRESCO FOR BEGINNERS

If ever there was an instrument quickly gaining popularity with modern audiences beyond the Folk music crowd–hands down – it’s the ukulele! And where better to learn to play than in the spectacular summer sunshine of Manitoba! This hip and transportable instrument is perfect for anyone wanting to learn a new instrument and a great […]

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ADVANCED RUDIMENTS (RCM Level 8 Theory)

Theory is about music literacy. Theory classes give students the opportunity to read music, write music and understand music. Enrolling in theory class can free up time in your individual lesson to focus on skills specific to your instrument and makes learning your instrument easier! After completing this course, you will be prepared to write the Royal Conservatory […]

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INTERMEDIATE RUDIMENTS (RCM Level 6 Theory)

Theory is about music literacy. Theory classes give students the opportunity to read music, write music and understand music. Enrolling in theory class can free up time in your individual lesson to focus on skills specific to your instrument and makes learning your instrument easier! After completing this course, you will be prepared to write the Royal Conservatory […]

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BASIC RUDIMENTS (RCM Level 5 Theory)

Theory is about music literacy. Theory classes give students the opportunity to read music, write music and understand music. Enrolling in theory class can free up time in your individual lesson to focus on skills specific to your instrument and makes learning your instrument easier! After completing this course, you will be prepared to write the Royal Conservatory […]

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JAZZ ARTISTS

An accelerated program for jazz musicians that includes interactive sessions with leading jazz musicians in our community – Ron Paley, Quinton Bart, Heitha Forsyth and others! Check out this exciting new course in jazz studies!

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MUSICAL CHAIRS ENSEMBLE

    For centuries, small groups of amateur and professional musicians have gathered together to perform classical music in intimate settings. Now you can enjoy this musical art form for yourself and learn how it differs from playing solo or with a large group. Playing with your colleagues in a chamber music trio or quartet […]

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A CAPPELLA FEVER

Can you perform the Cup Song from Pitch Perfect with your eyes closed?

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THE UKE TROOP

Now that you’ve learned the basics, it’s time to expand your knowledge and repertoire, in the Uke Troop Ukulele Ensemble! You will reinforce the information you have already learned and hone your technical skills.  Strumming and picking patterns become more consistent and precise and your playing will become smoother.  Taught by experienced ukulele instructor, Phil […]

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BEGINNING THE UKULELE

If ever there was an instrument quickly gaining popularity with modern audiences beyond the Folk music crowd–it’s hands-down the ukulele! The Manitoba Conservatory of Music & Arts is excited to introduce Beginner Ukulele in our group programs roster, added by enormous popular demand! This hip and transportable instrument is perfect for anyone wanting to learn […]

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