Conservatory of Music

When talent meets inspiration, the results are extraordinary.

“Lynn's Conservatory of Music provides an exceptional professional performance education for gifted young musicians. Our commitment to our students is passionate and unwavering.”

Jon Robertson, dean, Lynn University Conservatory of Music

Message from the dean 
Lynn Conservatory of Music provides an exceptional professional performance education for gifted young musicians. Our commitment to our students is passionate and unwavering.

Lynn’s eminent faculty forms a community of caring individuals that nurtures and mentors students with thorough attention to musicianship and artistry while providing them with supplemental skills that help them be successful professional musicians. The Conservatory’s intimate size is fundamental to our success and ability to maintain scholarship support for all students.

I invite you to learn more about Lynn Conservatory of Music, where we are preparing the next generation of the world’s musical artists.

Jon Robertson
Dean

For over 25 years, our high standard of musical training has welcomed a world-class artist faculty, produced highly talented and motivated students and delivered critically acclaimed performances. The Conservatory offers programs that lead to a Bachelor of Music, Master of Music or Professional Performance Certificate. Our small class sizes and extensive performance opportunities are complimented by practical career preparation.

In the summer of 2014, the Conservatory of Music relocated to its new home on Lynn’s campus in the Count and Countess de Hoernle International Center. This three-story facility provides spacious quarters for instruction and practice, as well as convenient proximity to our performance venues: the Amarnick-Goldstein Concert Hall, the Snyder Sanctuary and the Keith C. and Elaine Johnson Wold Performing Arts Center.

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Conservatory student plays piano with composition faculty.

Composition

Explore a variety of styles to find the musical language that best expresses your artistic vision. CIP: 500904

Lisa Leonard instructs student on the piano.

Instrumental Collaborative Piano

Develop individual artistry through exposure to all instrumental studios and faculty. CIP: 500903

Piano major students playing piano with professor.

Piano

Receive a personalized and individualized performance education. CIP: 500903

August Berger plays in the Synder Sanctuary.
Departments

When you study at the Conservatory of Music, you learn from the best. Get to know our renowned faculty members. 

Preparatory school students practice on the piano.
Preparatory School of Music

Music instruction for young people and adults who are interested in making music an important part of their lives.

Conservatory of Music departments

The conservatory’s eminent faculty forms a community of caring individuals, nurturing and educating students with thorough attention to musicianship, artistry and the supplemental skills necessary to be successful.

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