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

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.

Our Early Childhood Music department is committed to ensuring that all children have access to the benefits of music education from early in life. As well as our continuum of classes from Sprouts through to Saplings, we offer regular professional development workshops for Early Childhood Educators and Primary School Teachers in early stage one.

The Latest News and Events

Jane Rutter – Tango! Raga! Habanera!

The Northern Rivers Conservatorium is thrilled to welcome the incomparable Jane Rutter back to the Conservatorium for a very special concert and masterclass on Saturday 15th September.  Jane will be joined by classical guitarist Giuseppe Zangari which is a wonderful...

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Employment Opportunity – Music Programs Coordinator

There is an opening on the team of the Northern Rivers Conservatorium for a highly energetic, music-loving, community-minded administrative whiz to coordinate our music programs across Community Music, Music in Schools and Early Childhood Music.  The Music Programs...

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Arts vs Science

Magnify your curiosity with the Arts Vs Science Festival! Bringing its own unique mix of science and art to The Quad for a one day festival on 18 August 2018 to celebrate National Science Week, the Arts Vs Science Festival is Lismore’s own petri dish of creative...

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