Miami Conservatory of Music offers many different ways to study music. Areas of study include piano, violin, viola, cello, bass, guitar, voice, flute, clarinet, saxophone, drums and more. In a group setting, keyboard, string ensembles, rock band and musicals. MCofM offers additional subjects which include music appreciation, music theory and sight reading, composition. Whether it is for formal training or leisure, classes are tailored to meet the specific interests and needs of the students. The curriculum is designed to teach students from age 5 and adults with or without musical experience.

Private Lessons

(Children and Adults) Call 305-442-2283 or contact us via email.

Students engage in individual one-to-one instruction with an expert teacher to learn a musical instrument or take their playing to the next level. Lessons can be scheduled one or more times per week, and can be 30 min., 45 min., or one-hour class.

Semi-Private Lessons

(Children and Adults)  Call 305-442-2283 or contact us via email.

Same as Private Lessons, but two students may share lesson blocks of 45 or 60 minutes.

Group Classes

Group Classes consist of four or more students and are offered throughout the year. Most common classes are Keyboard Kids, String Sessions, Rock Band, Musical Theater, Foundation of Music/Solfege, and new this year, Intro to Acting.

Camps

Specific programs covering a variety of topics and disciplines for specific age-groups are offered during the summer for beginners through advanced. Our most popular ones include Music Discovery for ages 5–12 and Music Training for ages 8 and above.

Youth String Ensembles

Open to students of ages 5–18 and of all skill levels who study privately with the Conservatory as well as with outside teachers and want to enjoy a range of repertoire with other musical friends. This program includes Foundation of Music classes.

Musical Theatre

Theater gives the young people the tools and inspiration they need to go out and embrace our amazing world. Our classes allow students a chance to discover their individual talents and interests while exploring the basics of singing and acting in a safe and encouraging environment to feel relaxed and uninhibited, all essential to acting.

Mini Musical Theatre for ages 4-6
Kids Musical Theatre for grades 2-3
Junior Musical Theatre for grades 4 & up

Honor Roll 

Based on their commitment, talent, and dedication, students in piano, violin, guitar, and voice can be selected to enter local and national competitions, and get performance opportunities, and other benefits.

Music Therapy for Children with Autism

Music Therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a therapeutic relationship by music therapists. The therapist will assess emotional well-being, physical health, social functioning, communication abilities, and cognitive skills through musical responses; design music sessions for individuals and groups using music improvisation, receptive music listening, song writing, lyric discussion, music and imagery, music performance, and learning through music.
The child doesn’t have to have some particular music ability to benefit from music therapy. And there is not one particular style of music that is more therapeutic than all the rest. All styles of music can be useful in effecting change in the child’s life.

School and University Entrance Auditions Preparation

Whether instrumental or vocal, a customized preparatory program following the school’s requirements is designed for the students to develop the necessary skills in performing, composing, and appraising.