Mitchell Conservatorium teachers provide graded, sequential music tuition which is carefully aligned with the development level, interest and ability of each student. 

Individual Attention

• The teaching and music education programs at Mitchell Conservatorium cater to a wide range of instrumentalists, singers and composition students in a variety of music genres and media. 

• Every Mitchell Conservatorium student benefits from the individual attention provided by qualified and committed teachers in a dedicated musical environment. 

From Infants To Mature Age

• An excellent music program for toddlers and young children is available combining listening, moving, singing and playing instruments. 

• For the young beginner or mature adult, the music-for-leisure devotee or group players, Mitchell Conservatorium offers many opportunities for students to show their musical progress and talent at their level of attainment.

Programs Of Study At All Levels

• For those students wishing to participate in graded external programs, Mitchell Conservatorium offers AMEB and Trinity Guildhall courses of study.

• Students with special needs including a physical or learning disability have access to a qualified Music Therapist. The Alexander Technique is available in fortnightly sessions.

• The School Program, Ensembles membership, Extension Program and Speech & Drama classes are available throughout the school term.

Video-Link Teaching

• Mitchell Conservatorium offers a video option for distance delivery from our Bathurst, Lachlan and Lithgow studios using ZOOM.

• This provides Mitchell Conservatorium students at each campus access to our specialist teachers, in all instrumental and vocal disciplines.

• Tuition rates for ZOOM delivery are the same as face-to-face, on-campus lessons. For more information about our video-link delivery option, contact Mitchell Conservatorium.




We pay our respect to all First Nations elders both past and present from the lands where Mitchell Conservatorium students reside. In particular, we acknowledge the Wiradyuri and Dharug peoples of Australia, who are the traditional custodians of the land where Mitchell Conservatorium campuses are located.

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