Conservatoire de musique de Saint-Eustache

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The Conservatoire de musique de Saint-Eustache is a private school of music instruction in Saint-Eustache, an off-island suburb of Montreal, in western Quebec, Canada, on the north shore of the Rivière des Mille-Îles. It offers instruction in music with very high standards, strictly following the syllabus and examination requirements of the "École de musique Vincent-d'Indy." It is the affiliation that the Director has with the École Vincent-d'Indy that allows students to take the music examinations administered by the Quebec provincial Ministry of Education. [1]

The teaching offered permits many of their students the opportunity to enter various music performance contests. Some notable examples of competitions include the Inter-student competition of the École de musique Vincent-d'Indy, the Festival des jeunes musiciens des Laurentides and the Montreal Classical Music Festival (or, le Festival de musique classique de Montréal, in French).


In began in 1986, under the name, École de danse et de musique Line Prévost. Initially, courses were offered in Piano, Voice, Violin, Flute and Recorder.[2] In 1993, the school adopted the name Conservatoire de musique de vieux St-Eustache, and in 2004, the school changed its name again to its current title. It also expanded the courses taught to include Guitar, Organ and Accordion.


In 2009, the Conservatoire was split into two schools; one for music and one for dance.

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  2. ^ "L'Action par l`innovation". La Concorde (in French) (St-Eustache, Quebec, Canada: Le Groupe JCL Inc.). August 18, 2004. "De concert avec vous, on Déménage!" 

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