The PGCM is a registered non-profit music school that strives to provide the highest quality of music education and performance for students from beginner to professional levels. The Conservatory offers one-on-one lessons in a variety of instruments and musical styles and provides a number of group lessons and performance ensembles. The Conservatory also provides a diverse concert season by our faculty and guest artists.
Music is an essential part of any child or adult's education and life experience. Learning an instrument can improve concentration, coordination, character (through diligent practice), self-confidence (through performance), appreciation of different kinds of music, and ability to express ideas and emotions. In other words, a quality music education can provide the tools needed for success in life.
Discovering different genres of music through playing an instrument can also be an incredible life-long joy. If you want to fall in love with music, then the Prince George Conservatory of Music is just the place to do it!
We are pleased to announce that voice instructor Margaret Schroeder has recently joined our team. Margaret has been teaching music for 4 years, and loves to help her students discover their individual learning styles. Whether she is teaching musical theatre or classical voice, both her degrees from Trinity Western University (BA in music performance and BFA in acting) get to work together through song and story to make learning fun. She currently holds RCM grade 9 in both piano and voice, and plans to further her own training in the coming years. You can check out Margaret's full bio under the FACULTY tab. Contact the Conservatory to book in person voice lessons with Margaret.
We are seeking enthusiastic individuals with a passion for teaching all ages and levels of students. A flexible schedule is a must as many parents will request after school lessons. The ideal candidate will possess an accredited Bachelors of Music Degree (or will at the start date of the position) and/or ARCT. Teachers should be willing to provide both in person lessons, provided it is safe to do so, and online lessons if needed. We teach to the standards of the Royal Conservatory of Music, and the majority of our students perform in the District Music Festival each year and complete Conservatory level exams at the end of the year. We also encourage our teachers to perform in our annual faculty concert series. The start date for this position is as soon as possible. Our school year runs September to June, 36 weeks, closing for school holidays.
If you would like to become a part of our team at the Conservatory, please send a cover letter and resumé, with references, to the Prince George Conservatory of Music, attention Shoshanna Godber, Artistic Director, at email@example.com to set up a demonstration lesson and interview time.
The Prince George Conservatory of Music respectfully acknowledges that we conduct our work on the traditional unceded territory of the Lheidli-T'enneh First Nation.