The Preparatory School of Music is a division of Lynn’s world-renowned Conservatory of Music. This preparatory program offers the highest quality music instruction to young people and adults who are interested in making music an important part of their lives. Students who are preparing for a career in music can study alongside the conservatory’s acclaimed artist faculty. Meanwhile, preparatory students who are just beginning their studies learn from the conservatory's outstanding student musicians.
- Strings–violin, viola, cello, double bass
- Woodwinds–flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon
- Brass–French horn, trumpet, trombone, tuba
- Piano (classical and jazz with group lessons available)
- Guitar (classical)
Preparatory teaching assistants are young artists currently pursuing performance degrees at the Lynn Conservatory of Music.
Success starts here
Our young students have won prizes in some of the world’s most prestigious competitions and have been accepted to prestigious programs, including:
- Tanglewood Young Pianists Program
- Florida State Music Teachers Association Concerto Competition
- Florida Federation of Music Clubs Festival Competition
- Florida Federation of Music Clubs Junior Convention State Final
- Florida Pathfinder Music Competition
- Cleveland Institute
- Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester
- Florida State
- McGill University
- University of Miami
- University of Michigan
Sept. 11–Dec. 16
Nov. 20–26: no classes
Dec. 9 at 10 a.m.: final recital
Dec. 16 at 10 a.m.: final recital
Jan. 16 – May 6
March 5–11: no classes (spring break)
May 5 at 10 a.m.: final recital
May 6, 10 a.m.: final recital
|Teaching assistants |
|Piano group lessons |
One lesson per week.
Preparatory Community Art Classes
Professional Artists Wendy White and Roland Ruocco teach drawing, painting and clay sculpting. Classes use pencils, charcoal, pastels, acrylic paints, watercolors and clay.
Students learn the fundamentals of anatomy, perspective, shadowing, use of color and composition through step-by-step techniques. Use of still life and other structured materials will be utilized to aid instruction.
An exhibition of the student’s work will be displayed at the completion of each semester.
No experience necessary, just a desire to create!