The Mission of the Colorado Springs Conservatory is to inspire, motivate, and challenge students, to asipre to their highest potential as human beings and artists, through arts immersion studies, and community arts advocacy.

The Colorado Springs Conservatory (CSC) is a rare and nurturing setting that brings together world-class training in all the performing arts to students of all ages.
Infinite Possibilites

Infinite Possibilites

Students engage in a wide variety of learning experiences in instrumental music, vocals, musical theater, dramatic studies, dance, recording arts, composition, music theory, humanities, piano studies, jazz, opera, film scoring and more.

Successful Outcomes

Successful Outcomes

Many alumni pursue careers in the arts, go on to Broadway and Off-Broadway, win Tony awards, join national touring companies and arts organizations.

A Safe Environment

A Safe Environment

The Colorado Springs Conservatory offers a safe environment for children to explore their interests.

Students achieve success at the Colorado Springs Conservatory in several ways above and beyond their everyday lessons.

Through a combination of rigorous classroom instruction, performance experience, and collaboration, each student gains an understanding of their own creative essence, builds self-confidence, and discovers that no matter how great or small the triumphs and ‘failures’ that we are all on a journey and that process is where most of our learning takes place.

Lead Mentors

Our teaching method is student-centric, offering a balance of peer-coaching, teacher mentoring, and performance.
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Linda Weise

Founding CEO

When I started this school in 1994, I wanted only to create a safe place for young people to immerse themselves in a constructive and joyous discipline that would allow them to reach for the stars and beyond. Here we are 24 years later doing just that…and more.

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John T. Wolfe

Theater and Musical Theater

John T. Wolfe is a West Virginia native but has spent the last seven years performing in NYC and assisting Tony Award nominated choreographer Denis Jones, and Kelli Barclay.

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Dr. Adam Haas

Music Lead Mentor

Pianist Adam Haas has been teaching at the Colorado Springs Conservatory since August 2017 and taught previously at Ouachita Baptist University and the University of Colorado, Boulder. He completed his DMA in piano performance at the University of Colorado where he was a graduate teaching assistant for three years.

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News and Updates

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Ann Phillips Featured in IAWM

Our dear composer friend, Anne Phillips, was featured in The Journal of International Alliance for Women in Music. Click here to download the PDF.  

Events

2018 Beautiful Chaos

Join us for the 12th annual Beautiful Chaos, and celebrate the future of the arts. Music by the Colorado Springs Conservatory with choreography and performance by students from the Ormao Dance Company, Revolution Dance, Ballet Read more…

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Colorado Springs Conservatory

Our Location

415 S Sahwatch St
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Give us a call

(719) 577-4556

Hours

Monday - Thursday: 9am-8pm
Friday: 9am-6pm
Saturday: 10am-2pm

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Upcoming Events
Mar 02

Jazz Nite March 2018

March 2 @ 7:00 pm
Mar 08

Rosé All Day? How About All YEAR!

March 8 @ 5:30 pm
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Mar 09

Lunch with Luck Seminar

March 9 @ 12:00 pm
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