SEP12

Lake's Edge Gallery Exhibits

An exhibit showcasing artwork by visiting artist, Scott Menzel is on display now through November 22 at Lake’s Edge Gallery, located in the Franciscan Center for Music Education and...

NOV07

Artist Music Series Concert: George Vatchnadze

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Taking center stage will be Vatchnadze, who joined DePaul University as an associate professor of piano in 2011.

The renowned musician has performed with orchestras and in recital...

NOV20

Steinbrecher-Mayer Honors Recital

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DEC06

Christmas at Silver Lake

All seven Silver Lake College ensembles (instrumental and choral) perform on this special night. A light reception with additional music and entertainment to follow. You won’t want to miss...

DEC12

Marine Band Concert

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DEC13

Christmas Extravaganza with Steve March-Tormé

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A magical, musical evening celebrating the holiday
season and spotlighting jazz-pop singer Steve March-Tormé.



Welcome

At Silver Lake College, music is for everyone.
On October 4, 2013, faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends of Silver Lake College of the Holy Family and the Holy Family Conservatory of Music celebrated the Dedication of the Franciscan Center for Music Education and Performance, a 35,000 square foot facility that is the new home of the College Music Program and the Conservatory. Facility rentals are available for many of the beautiful spaces in the building.

The Holy Family Conservatory of Music was founded in 1925 by the Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity and has served thousands of students and families over the years. The Sisters continue to provide comprehensive music instruction in piano, organ, strings, winds, guitar, harp and rudimental percussion. Instructors, students and their families are enjoying their new home in the Franciscan Music Center.

The Silver Lake College Music Program has earned a reputation for excellence in music education over more than 40 years of offering undergraduate, graduate and certificate programs, with a particular emphasis in the Kodály method. The College hosts seven choral and instrumental music ensembles, most of which are a mix of students, alumni, staff and community members who come together to learn and share their talents at public concerts throughout the year.