Town Square / Main Street Vacaville @ 5:30 pm - Dance the THRILLER
Other Music starts at 4:15, October 31
It’s a Vacaville tradition of community togetherness reminiscent of small town Americana. Thousands of family members will converge on Main Street Vacaville tomorrow at 4:00 pm to stroll businesses in search of candy and costume clad friends.
For 13 Years, the classically trained students of Young Artists Conservatory of Music (YACM) have entertained the Halloween Strollers with a scary and ghoulish live music pop / rock concert. Music is set to begin at 4:15 and conclude around 5:...
"Our very classically trained young people have a blast letting loose and performing the Annual Treats and Tunes Concert at the Vacaville Halloween Stroll on October 31st at 4:00 - 6:00 pm. "Studying Mozart and Mahler transforms our students all year, and Monster Mash is just plain easy fun", says Artistic Director and Founder Wanda Cook.
Young Artists Conservatory of Music (YACM) celebrates its 15th non-profit season of inspiring young people to recognize and unlock their potential through excellence in the musical arts. That excellence is achieved through the...
Young Artists Conservatory of Music is proud to announce our newest faculty member, Tabitha Lewis. This month Ms. Lewis is defending her doctoral dissertation in Vocal Performance and Literature with Indiana University Jacobs School of Music and joining our team of experienced and enthusiastic Teaching Artists.
YACM serves our community by bringing highly skilled and experienced music educators to the children of Solano County. The skill and understanding of how a musician is developed is at the heart of our mission to nurture creativity, self-confidence, a...
"We are not committed to creating humans who play splendid violin. We are committed to creating splendid humans who play violin.” Dr. Shinichi Suzuki
Every child is musical and just as we can speak before we can read, we can enjoy playing an instrument before we can effectively read the notes. Studies show the advantages to starting music lessons early have a life-long impact on personal development. The Suzuki method empowers young learners to progress musically with enjoyment and support.
The Victorian at 500 Davis Street has a bright fresh coat of paint, a new sign, and big plans for the arts in Vacaville. A Grand Re-Opening will be celebrated on Wednesday, September 18, 2019 with a ribbon cutting and ground breaking ceremony starting at 5:30 pm. Co-hosted by Vacaville Chamber of Commerce, community members will enjoy a wine and appetizer reception in the shade of our English Garden. Community members are invited to share in our...
Bring the Kids and Learn More About How to Develop Your Child's Musicianship.
What to Expect
Tour the Facility
Attend Short Forums (see topics below)
Meet and Greet Staff
Win a Drawing (discounted fees)
Young Artists Conservatory of Music (YACM) is celebrating our 15th year of developing hundreds of the region's most confident and successful young musicians. Attend the Music Education fair to learn how and why we do it.
We offer lessons through our CORE Arts program as well as group learning, orchestra, rock band, concert band, chorus...
What is a Conservatory of Music and How Are We Different? “A More than Lessons”Program
Conservatory music instructors know that music lessons don’t work! Yep, that’s right. Lessons don’t make musicians! Conservatory instructors have dedicated their lives to the fact that a 30-minute private lesson once a week for 10 years cannot produce a confident musician.
"No one can achieve success at anything by doing it 30 minutes a week. Success requires more, much more."
What Makes a Music Conservatory Different?
A music conservatory is filled with Teaching Artists that come together to provide...
Perform Halloween at Vacaville Town Square Halloween Stroll | OCT 31, Time: Ssshh
3 Saturday Rehearsals are scheduled for Oct 12, 19. 26 at 1- 2:30. Zombies will learn the dance and Flash Mob basics for the live performance. We want all ages. Kids 8 – Adults. Zombies will dance to a live band.
This is a great fun for families, a unique team building experience for businesses and an opportunity to have your organization recognized.
Participation Fee: $40 (individual) $100 (families of 1-3 members) $115 (groups of 4)...
Berkeley Rousseau attended California State University, Fullerton where he received his Bachelor of Music in History and Theory. There he studied Classical Voice under baritones Julian Fielder and James Schaefer and Composition under Pamela Madsen. While at Fullerton, he performed in a number of large scale pieces including Mozart’s Requiem, Vivaldi’s Gloria, and he was the soloist in Rzewski’s Coming Together.
He has performed, directed, and arranged for several choral and a cappella groups in Northern and Southern California. Berkeley’s love for music extended into musical theater...
Pei-Jen Tseng began playing piano at the age of four, which then led to playing cello at the age of ten.
After completing her Bachelor of Music degree in Cello performance from Taiwan, she moved to the U.S. to pursue her graduate studies from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music receiving a Music of Master degree in Cello performance. Ms. Tseng also holds a Professional Studies Diploma in Cello performance from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. She has performed as an orchestral player and chamber musician throughout the years. As a chamber musician, Ms. T...