-Classes beginning August 26, 2019-
join us to see our beautiful newly-renovated space - free book bag for each student!
GRAND OPENING reception Saturday, August 24th 2:00 - 4:00 at 2816 Hemphill
Conveniently located in the Near Southside of Fort Worth
Serving the Metroplex with quality music LESSONS and fine arts instruction for students of all ages
“Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything.”
Anyone can study music!
The Fort Worth Conservatory of Music and Fine Arts combines equal parts of excellence, inspiration, and fun. Individual private lessons for all ages and levels in piano, violin, viola, cello, string bass, Suzuki, flute, clarinet, winds, brass, voice, and guitar.
The journey begins with Kindermusik classes for infant-4, keyboard exploration classes ages 4-6, group beginning piano classes ages 7-9, adult music appreciation classes and individual lessons, and private lessons for all ages in piano, strings, Suzuki, winds, voice, and guitar.
We provide high quality teachers who encourage their students to pursue excellence in everything they do at the Conservatory. We celebrate student progress and achievement in recitals, competitions, and assessments.
We inspire a lifelong love of music in our students by giving them a solid technical, musical, and theoretical foundation, regardless of future career choices.
We celebrate all styles of music! Students have the opportunity to participate in our annual Halloween Creative Animal Concert, Praise and Worship Recital, and “Anything Goes” Ensemble Recital.
Dr. Jill Sprenger, Director
Dr. Sprenger has earned advanced piano performance degrees from Oberlin Conservatory, Indiana University, and the University of Southern California. Her teachers have included Menahem Pressler, John Perry, and Hans Graf while studying on a Fulbright Grant in Vienna. She is currently a US Representative for the RCM Certificate Program, a member of the Royal Conservatory College of Examiners, and a facilitator for their online Piano Pedagogy Courses.
She and Conservatory Instrumental Coordinator, Dr. Kurt Sprenger, violinist/conductor, have been longtime professional musicians within the Metroplex. They maintain large private studios and enjoy teaching beginning to advanced students, many of whom have gone on to attend major universities such as Oberlin Conservatory and Johns Hopkins/Peabody Conservatory.