Mount Royal Conservatory: We have a place for you
At the Mount Royal University Conservatory, we believe that the human spirit achieves its truest expression and deepest fulfillment through the arts.
We have played a pivotal role in Calgary’s performing arts scene since 1911, enabling people of all ages and abilities to take part in the performing arts. No other performing arts organization has the history or serves as large and diverse a community. Now the largest institution of our kind in Canada, we are unique in the breadth and scope of our programming.
Our mission is to nurture the artistic potential in everyone, and identify and train the great artists of tomorrow. We teach more than 4,000 students every year and welcome tens of thousands of others from our community to our festivals, concerts and special events.
Notes & News
Announcing Wyatt 2015/2016
Not your 'classic' classical music series — Wyatt 2015-2016 presents the world's edgiest young superstars and an all-new concert experience you won't want to miss. Tickets now on sale: 403.440.7770.
and the Bella Concert Hall Opening Festival, Sept. 19 – Oct. 3, 2015!
Experience the spectacular Bella Concert Hall with four incredible concerts, starting with "Bella Voce", an opera gala with the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus, and international stars Daniel Okulitch, Sally Dribble, Andrea Hill and Gordon Geitz, under the baton of Roberto Minczuk. Tickets now on sale: 403.440.7770.
Conservatory student wins world speech competition! Our congratulations go to Imaan Kherani for her first place finish at the 2015 World Individual Debating and Public Speaking Championships in Hong Kong. Read more in the Calgary Herald
North America's first Suzuki Trumpet Program, for ages 3-10
Summer is coming:
Coming this fall:
May 2, 2015
May 3, 2015
May 9, 2015
May 24, 2015
May 30, 2015
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If your child attends programs that contribute to his or her development, you may be eligible for the Children's Arts Tax Credit for eligible expenses of up to $500 per taxation year for children under 16. Please refer to the Government of Canada website.