Coppell Conservatory is a private Music School that provides music education to residents (children and adults) of Coppell (Texas) and the surrounding communities, with dedicated, caring, professional teachers. The Conservatory offers lessons in Acoustic Piano, Keyboard, Guitar (Classical, Acoustic, and Electric), Violin, Viola, and Cello, to children of all ages and to adults, from beginners to advanced. The Conservatory also provides Early Childhood Music to tots from 3 to 5 years of age.
The Conservatory was founded in 1998 to fill a need in the Coppell area for quality music education. By 2009, the student populated had exceeded 450. Parents have praised the conservatory for its excellent teaching and how it has resulted in remarkable musical achievements by their children. Students at the Conservatory bring an uncommon artistry and musicality to their performances, resulting in truly enjoyable musical experiences.
The Conservatory stresses music-making as an art and inspires its students to achieve their expressive best. It is also a place where teachers can learn from each other by sharing ideas and growing as music educators, ultimately to the benefit of their students. The conservatory serves as a valuable community asset, exposing citizens to classical music through events such as our concerts and recitals.
To get more information and to see our teachers' biographies, please visit our website at www.coppellconservatory.com. We invite you to call us at 972-304-8600 or write us email@example.com, and to visit us at 600 East Sandy Lake Road, Suite #124 in Coppell.
Highlights, Specialties & Features
- Acoustic Piano, Keyboard, Guitar (Classical, Acoustic, and Electric), Violin, Viola, Cello
- Early Childhood Music
Professional Associations & Certifications
- Music Teachers National Association (MTNA). Texas Music Teachers Association (TMTA)
- Carrollton Music Teachers Association (CMTA)
- North Texas, Coppell and surrounding communities
- Money Orders, Personal Checks, Cash
|Address||600 East Sandy Lake Rd - Suite 124|
|Phone Number||(972) 304-8600|
Mrs. Boukadoum attended New York University and the University of Oklahoma, where she majored in French. She began her study of piano while teaching French at Lamplighter School, where she was trained in progressive positive teaching methods. She has had intensive training with pianists and scholars from some of the world's finest conservatories including The Juilliard School, The Curtis Institute of Music, The Peabody Conservatory of Music, and the Rimsky-Korsakov St. Petersburg State Conservatory.
Mrs. Boukadoum has taught piano in the Dallas area for over 25 years. Her unique teaching style incorporates a warmth, sensitivity, attention to detail, and enthusiasm that motivates each student to aspire to musical excellence. April's insistence on excellence is evident in her student's accomplishments. Her many prize-winning students have elicited judges' remarks such as "rare and unusual teaching," "beautifully musical and expressive playing, so well developed in one so young," "superior sounds," and "excellent spirit." Click here to read adjudicators' comments about Mrs. Boukadoum's students.
April also exposes her students to the cultural aspects of musical study - she is fluent in French and proficient in Spanish, Italian, and Arabic. Her interest in different cultures has taken her across the globe including Europe, Africa, and throughout the United States.
I just wanted to let you know how much my son Chris and I enjoyed the concert! The technical skill (especially those guitars) and passion of the performers were just amazing. The piano, violin, and cello trio was incredible. It was just a treat.
thank you again for the time and talent of you and your students/staff. It is people like you who truly make a community.
We feel so very blessed to have Peyton in such a wonderful school with such warm and caring teachers and staff!!!