GMS Conservatory Curriculum

The curriculum of the Conservatory at the Gifted Music School is top-level, unique, intensive, and demanding.

Students are expected to be fully committed to music and work consistently.  All aspects of the program are taught by world-class faculty and professionals.

Class offerings include weekly rehearsals with the Conservatory Orchestra, where one is exposed to great orchestral literature by Mr. Eugene Watanabe and other world-class guest conductors; woodwind and piano literature taught by our expert woodwind and piano faculty; theory and solfege lessons given by our accomplished theory faculty; and our chamber music program, led by our renowned performance faculty. The school offers other unique opportunities for its Conservatory students, including our community outreach program, where we perform for students of local public schools one day each semester; the presentation of three major concerts every year, with the privilege of working with guest conductors and performance artists; and the opportunity to attend and perform in masterclasses given by world-renowned musicians.