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St. Paul Conservatory of MusIc

29 East Exchange Street  
St. Paul ,  MN,  55101
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The Saint Paul Conservatory of Music is a non-profit community music school and performing arts program, providing high quality musical instruction and performance opportunities to the greater Saint Paul community regardless of economic status. Its mission is to provide a comprehensive musical education to all students by expecting excellence, promoting fine musicianship and developing creativity and imagination within a nurturing and supportive learning environment. Conservatory program offerings include individual instruction for piano, strings, woodwinds, brass, recorder, guitar, voice, and jazz piano; group classes for parents and babies, a full-scale early childhood music program, Suzuki string instruction, a children's choral program and a music program for children with physical disabilities. In addition, the Conservatory offers a Summer Music Camp, a High School Honors Program, ensemble opportunities, regular recitals, performances and master classes.

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