At the First Redeemer Conservatory of Music & Fine Arts, we have always had a commitment to help keep everyone healthy! The church sanitizes the facility on a regular basis, hand sanitizer is available at the desk, and each instructor cleans their piano keys before each student plays. If your child is sick, please call within 8 hours of the lesson and reschedule. If you bring your child, but if you or one of your other children are sick, please wait in the car. We want to keep everyone healthy!
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The Fall Semester is 16 weeks, the Winter/Spring Semester is 18 weeks and the Summer Semester is 7 weeks. We welcome students throughout the semester. We will pro-rate your tuition accordingly.
Fall 2020 Semester - August 10 -December 15
Fall Dates Closed:
- Labor Day weekend - September 5-7 (Saturday through Monday)
- Fall Break - September 21-26 (Monday through Saturday) (make-up lessons may be available Monday, September 21 & Tuesday, September 22)
- Thanksgiving week - November 24-28 (Tuesday through Saturday) (the Conservatory is open Monday November 23)
Winter/Spring 2020 Semester - January 6 - May 19
Winter/Spring Dates Closed:
- Easter and Spring Break - Friday, April 2 through Saturday, April 9
KAREN BUNDY received her Bachelors of Music Education from the University of Memphis. She taught High School and Middle School Bands at Briarcrest Christian School, in Memphis, Tennessee and Northpoint Christian School, in Southaven, Mississippi. Karen was called into the ministry and served at Germantown Baptist Church, Germantown, Tennessee as the Worship & Music Associate where she directed the Orchestra, Youth Symphony Orchestra and Jazz Orchestra, and oversaw the Children’s Choirs and the Conservatory of Music. She also served at Brentwood Baptist Church, in Brentwood, Tennessee as the Worship and Music Associate. Karen has been on staff at First Redeemer Church for 4 years serving as the Conservatory of Music & Fine Arts, Executive Director and the String Orchestra Director.
HOPE WELLS grew up in Sugar Hill, GA where she attended Sugar Hill Church and started her career serving in the arts. She is a graduate of Piedmont College in Demorest, GA where she earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Musical Theatre. Her major accomplishments include being a finalist in the South Eastern Regional National Association of Teachers of Singing voice competition, performing in various theatrical productions/operas, being a member of two major touring choirs in college, Directing/Stage managing various productions and events, and serving at Sugar Hill Church in Children’s/Students/Adult Ministries. Hope love’s music, photography, and putting a smile on everyone’s face.”