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The Northern Rivers Conservatorium is a dynamic and supportive environment for quality education in music.

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Certificate III in Music

If you’re keen to get a head start in the music industry enrol in the Certificate III in Music – CUS30109. Guided by expert staff, with classes in music theory, business, ensemble, songwriting, music technology and more. 

Diploma in Music

Consolidate and develop your technical and creative skills, artistic identity, and your ability to present and promote yourself in the music industry with the Diploma in Music – CUS50109.

Community Music

Community Music is just that – music for the whole community. Whether you are 18 months old or 81 years old, there is something for you at your Conservatorium.

We offer everything from group classes in Early Childhood Music, to individual tuition in the instrument of your choice, through to a wide range of ensemble and choir opportunities.

Music in Schools

Our Music in Schools program exists to provide students with access to quality music education with Conservatorium tutors during school hours at their school.

Our professionally qualified and dedicated tutors provide one on one, small group, and ensemble tuition, in response to the particular needs of the school community.

» Diploma of Music auditions in December «

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Annual General Meeting

NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the NORTHERN RIVERS CONSERVATORIUM ARTS CENTRE INC. For Brendan Ware, Secretary of the Association of the Northern Rivers Conservatorium Arts Centre Inc. The Annual General Meeting of the Northern Rivers Conservatorium Arts Centre... read more

JANE RUTTER October Masterclass & Concert

Sensational Solo Flute Concert   Jane Rutter Flute Spirits & the Four Seasons   Friday 16th October at the Northern Rivers Conservatorium & Trinity Catholic College   Concert, Masterclass and Performance Opportunity for aspiring young musicians... read more

Quality music education fostering our region’s cultural diversity and artistic wealth.

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