Each year at CSM, we are pleased to provide a unique learning and performance opportunity for students.
In our Chinook Celebration of Music Festival, students perform a musical selection for a professional adjudicator and receive both written and spoken feedback on their performances. This high quality, non-competitive, festival is for students in all instruments and of all skill levels. Students are scheduled into classes based on age and skill level. Classes are also available for adult students. All genres of music are welcome.
CSM is pleased to announce that we've added the JANOD high quality instrument line to our product inventory this year! If you're looking for the perfect birthday gift for a little one, or to add to your home instrument collection, consider one of their fine products. Drop by our office during business hours to view the selection.
Online registration for all current private lesson students takes place, April 3-9th, 2017. During this week, students can reserve their current teacher, lesson day and time or submit a request for a change. If you currently take piano, voice, guitar, drums, bass, ukulele, violin, cello or theory lessons; this means you!
Patricia lights up Chinook School of Music with her smile and cheery disposition! Our dynamic director of the violin faculty at CSM, Patricia is a passionate musician and teacher who loves to share the joy of making music with her students. Patricia takes great pride and pleasure in educating the musicians of tomorrow who will one day share their own musical joy in the world.
How can you obtain your 2016 receipt from Chinook School of Music for income tax purposes?
Parents wishing to obtain their CSM receipt can search their email inbox for their receipt that was automatically emailed by CSM at the time of registration. Alternatively, parents can download their tax receipt from their CSM customer portal.
Family and friends are welcome to attend the annual Chinook School of Music Winter Recitals held January 31, February 2, 3 and 4. Students who have not already signed up are encouraged to contact the school as soon as possible.
2017 CSM WINTER RECITALS JANUARY 31, FEBRUARY 2-4 FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH, 2600 RICHMOND ROAD SW
Guitar instructor Christophe Le Roux has set up shop just around the corner from CSM (1730 34 AVE SW) selling refurbished guitars, doing professional grade repairs & more! Your one stop shop for all guitar equipment and more. Read his thorough article about guitar setups here and visit his website for more information!
CONGRATULATIONS JANUARY TEACHER OF THE MONTH: DAVID BLITT! David is making a remarkable impression on our CSM community. He is so inspired by music that he inspires those around him. His students are excited to learn the guitar and ukulele and David encourages them to embrace the world of music.
This is David's first year at Chinook School of Music and he has already made a great impact! We can't wait to see what the future brings!
At Chinook School of Music we are proud of our team of dedicated, creative and dynamic instructors. Each month we recognize the outstanding contribution of one instructor with our Teacher of the Month Award. Congratulations to Catherine Tetz, December's teacher of the month!
Students of all ages, skill levels and instruments are invited to perform at our annual Winter Recitals. Sign up sheets are posted at the school now. Family and friends are welcome to attend!
There are thirteen recital times to choose from between Tuesday and Saturday for your convenience. Accompanists are available for string players and vocalists for a charge of $25 which includes the rehearsal.
If you are an in home student, please call the studio to have administration sign your children up at 403-246-8446. Spaces fill quickly, do not delay!
Our in-house guitar tech, Christophe Le Roux, will be more than happy to take a look at your guitar to make sure it plays its best. In many cases, the action can be lowered, making the instrument much easier to play.
Read a full article about the importance of properly setting up your guitar.