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Conservatory Program Survey

Flourish Music Academy is planning to launch our new Conservatory Program in Fall 2022

The Conservatory program is for dedicated students with a passion for music.
You may want to continue in a career for music, or just become the best musician you can be. If so, the Conservatory program is for you!

 

Benefits could include:
– a tight-knit community of others like-minded students who want to be the best musicians they can be
– experience what it’s like to be a professional musician with more opportunities to play music together in small groups, perform in the community and more
– go deeper on a diverse set of music topics, like playing from chord charts, improv, music theory, music history etc.
– a culminating solo senior recital to celebrate all you’ve accomplished
– if you do want to continue in music as a career, this is the best way to get prepared for college auditions and even potentially win a scholarship!

 

To be accepted into the conservatory program, students would need to  audition and submit a teacher reference.  The program would be limited to students already in RCM level 2 or higher.
The Conservatory Program would not change your regular lessons at Flourish. It would be additional add-on activities with additional cost.

Please take our survey by June 1, 2022 to help us craft the program to meet your needs!

 

Conservatory Program survey

Program components

Please rate the following activities, and how important they would be to you or not.
These performances would not be like Flourish recitals, they would be special performances just for Conservatory students to play in the community, similar to playing a gig. For example, some kind of performances could be playing at the farmer's market, at the Arts Picnic, First Friday Art Walk, Festival of the Trees etc)
I definitely would not want to do thisI am not sure about thisThis sounds okThis sounds like it would be funI really want to do this!
This would be competitive performance events, like Stars of Tomorrow, or other music competitions in the Denver area.
I definitely would not want to do thisI am not sure about thisThis sounds okThis sounds like it would be funI really want to do this!
This would be small group ensembles with other Conservatory program students - small chamber ensembles of duo, trio, quartet etc. Ideally after rehearsing and coaching a piece, it would be performed as a group in one of the gigs set up for Conservatory students. Ideally we would also be able to sustain long term groups, so a certain group of students would be able to develop a repertoire of pieces and eventually have a whole set of songs to perform.
I definitely would not want to do thisI am not sure about thisThis sounds okThis sounds like it would be funI really want to do this!
Conservatory students could dive into diverse musical topics in areas like improv, playing from chord charts, other music theory topics, music history/appreciation, audition tips, practice strategies etc. Not only would you get to go deeper in these areas, it would also be ways to develop the community of friends with other conservatory students
I definitely would not want to do thisI am not sure about thisThis sounds okThis sounds like it would be funI really want to do this!
Conservatory students could have opportunities to attend concerts together, mostly classical or jazz, perhaps as a culminating activity after a series of music appreciation workshops.
I definitely would not want to do thisI am not sure about thisThis sounds okThis sounds like it would be funI really want to do this!
For high school seniors: students could prepare a culminating solo recital to celebrate all they've accomplished over the years. This would just be about one student, so you could invite all your friends and family to come see you without them having to sit through a bunch of other performers.
I definitely would not want to do thisI am not sure about thisThis sounds okThis sounds like it would be funI really want to do this!
An app that would allow conservatory students to communicate with each throughout the week, potentially pose questions to the teacher, and track practice. There could potentially be extra practice challenge type activities, where students can motivate each other to higher levels of practice and achievement, through fun leaderboards that can be seen on the app.
I definitely would not want to do thisI am not sure about thisThis sounds okThis sounds like it would be funI really want to do this!
Like the way we have teen dress rehearsals, there is potential we could set aside some dress rehearsal time slots for only conservatory students, so the level of discussion can be higher. This would depend alot on student schedules.
I definitely would not want to do thisI am not sure about thisThis sounds okThis sounds like it would be funI really want to do this!
For students wanting to go to college for music, help with prepping your audition and working towards scholarships.
I definitely would not want to do thisI am not sure about thisThis sounds okThis sounds like it would be funI really want to do this!

Other considerations

Which of these is your most important consideration on whether you would join the Conservatory Program or not?
Which of these is your second most important consideration on whether you would join the Conservatory Program or not?
How often would you be up for meetings/activities with the Conservatory program (in addition to regular lessons)?
Check all that apply
We are thinking of Saturday mornings for most regular Conservatory program meetings (workshops, ensemble coaching etc). Would that work for you or not, at least on a semi-regular basis? What other times of the week would work for you generally?
Would you prefer the program activities to be year-round, or just during the school year? How important is this to you? Would one way or the other enable you to join the program or keep you from joining?
Level of Interest
Please let us know how likely you are to sign up for the Conservatory program

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