Fostering Intentional Excellence in Music
Hammer & Strings Conservatory exists to provide the highest level of music education. Our program immerses students in all aspects of musical art, including performance, collaboration, technique, history, theory, and pedagogy. We believe strongly in utilizing elite music teachers that musicians and parents can trust. They are trained in the art of teaching, and have extensive real-life performing experience at the collegiate and professional levels.
Hammer & Strings Conservatory (H&S) exists to provide the highest level of music education for students ages 5 through adult. Every teacher with H&S has an advanced degree in music and/or commensurate professional and performance experience at the collegiate and professional level. H&S’s teaching philosophy is based on the following truths:
The success of a student depends on the success, education, and experience of the teacher.
The success of a student depends on the discipline, focus, and persistence of that student, and the support of parents of that student (especially for younger students).
The success of a student is reliant upon years of steady, consistent tutelage and correct practice habits.
The success of a student depends on how that student responds when pressure increases, and when expectations become inconvenient and challenging.
A young student’s talent is best discovered when that student begins with an excellent teacher. H&S believes that when you provide your child with excellent opportunities from the beginning, excellence will almost always be the result.
H&S teachers expect every student to work hard enough to master their skill at a high level, regardless of long-term musical goals. The foundational principles acquired in this pursuit will positively affect every aspect of their lives, including schooling and self-esteem. By providing your child or yourself with the best education available, you are opening every window of opportunity.
The study of a great art like music will positively benefit every aspect of a student’s life.