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Jun
19
Jun 26

Last official day of Spring Semester

The last official week of the 18-week Spring semester is June 12-16.  Monday students' final lesson will be on Monday, June 19th, due to the Memorial Day holiday closure.  We will be holding a make-up week during June 20-24 to make up for the weather cancels during Fall semester.  Please check with us if you have any questions.

Jun
12
Jun 19

Parent/Teacher conferences

During the last week of the semester, we welcome parents to your student's lessons.  You will have the opportunity to see what your students have been working on during the semester as well as ask questions and touch base with your teacher.  This is an excellent time to talk about practice and learning goals for the upcoming semester!

Jun
3
7:00 pm19:00

Honors Recital

Our honors recital is a chance for our most dedicated students to showcase what they have been working on all year.  There is an audition for the honors recital a few weeks before this recital, so if you are interested, please sign up for the audition.  This special recital is held at a different location than our normal recitals and there is no cost for students to participate.  Our honors recital is free to attend to the public and will be held at Holladay Park Plaza @ 1300 NE 16th Ave, Portland. 

May
15
Jun 30

Pre-Registration for Fall 2017/18 begins

Scheduling for Fall semester is done on a first-come-first-serve basis every year.  Submit your pre-registration form as soon as possible on/after this date to reserve your place in line.  Your must pay a $50 deposit to reserve your space.  This pre-registration fee is applied to your Fall tuition.  

Jan
30
Feb 3

Student Share Week - Parent's Welcome

During the last week of the semester, we welcome parents to your student's lessons.  You will have the opportunity to see what your students have been working on during the semester as well as ask questions and touch base with your teacher.  This is an excellent time to talk about practice and learning goals for the upcoming semester!