FIND YOUR MUSIC!
The NCM will be closed for the holiday season from 22 December 2018 through 6 January 2019. Happy Holidays to everyone and see you all back at the NCM on 7 January!
THE NANAIMO CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
IS NOW A SCENT – FREE AREA
PLEASE REFRAIN FROM WEARING PERFUME AND OTHER STRONG SCENTS WHILE IN THE BUILDING
A FROM THE NCM’S REGISTRAR:
REGISTRATION FOR FOR INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP LESSONS FOR THE 2018-19 ACADEMIC YEAR IS NOW OPEN
Students must register at the NCM office prior to taking lessons for
the 2018-19 academic year.
Shannon Maliteare | NCM registrar
JOIN THE NCM FAMILY – VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY!
The NCM is offering a volunteer opportunity! Our board of directors is looking for some new members!
If you are enthusiastic, interested in what the NCM does, and want to collaborate with a great group of people, consider applying to join our board of directors!
To apply, please get in touch with:
NCM Executive Director Barbara Livingston
The Nanaimo Conservatory of Music offers individual and group lessons, ensembles, youth choirs, workshops and master classes for all ages and skill levels, from beginner to professional. Our building is an open, inviting space in which friends, students and family members can meet to learn about music and enjoy musical activities in a non-competitive and richly creative environment. From babies in our parent-child Kindermusik classes, to the senior members of our community, all who wish to enrich their lives through music enjoy the friendly atmosphere of our home in the Old City Quarter.
The Nanaimo Conservatory of Music is also a presenter of music events in the central Vancouver Island region. Each year we offer a variety of professional music performances as an opportunity for our students and the community to experience music programming that would otherwise not be available in our area. Our most recent annual solo piano recitals have featured pianists Angela Hewitt, Sarah Hagen, Janina Fialkowska, André Laplante, and Jane Coop. Looking ahead to October 2018 the NCM is pleased to present renowned Canadian pianist Ian Parker in recital.
“Music is the universal language of mankind”
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
“Music is a world within itself with a language we all understand”