MISSION STATEMENT

The Popular Music Conservatory is a commercial and contemporary music program that provides talented and passionate students with a nurturing and empowering environment, promoting musical creativity, musical collaboration, and innovation within the popular music industry. Students learn the art of music performance, music production, arranging, and songwriting through a detailed curriculum enhanced by state-of-the-art technology.  
 

CLASSES OFFERED

  • Music Theory Courses
    Levels I-IV
  • Primary Instrument Courses
    Voice II, Keyboard II, Guitar II, Bass II, & Drum Lab II
  • Secondary Instrument Courses
    Voice I, Keyboard I, Guitar I, Bass I, & Drum Lab I
  • Lead Sheet & Transcriptions
    Prerequisite to Arranging Courses
  • Film and Game Scoring
    (Logic)
  • Songwriting Courses
    Songwriting I & Advanced Songwriting
  • Music Business & Media
  • Recording Courses
    Recording I/II & Advanced Recording (ProTools)
  • Arranging Classes
    Levels I-II
  • Rock Ensemble
    Concert Preparation

STAFF MEMBERS

  • Rachel Kramer
    Director, Popular Music Conservatory
  • Calvin Anderson
    Guitar I/II
  • Baba Elefante
    Bass I/II
  • Gregory Fletcher
    Voice I/II, Songwriting I, Advanced Songwriting
  • Eddie Grey
    Film & Game Scoring
  • Ron Kobayashi
    Keyboard II
  • Devin Norris
    Keyboards I
  • Jamond McCoy
    Music Theory III/IV, Arranging I/II
  • Scott Ragotskie
    Recording I/II, Advanced Recording Techniques
  • Jeff Ruiz
    Rock Ensemble
  • Brandon Snyder
    Music Business & Media
  • Tony Torres
    Drum Lab I/II, Rock Ensemble

Support Donations

Would you like to support the Popular Music Conservatory by making a cash donation? 

I you should have any questions or concerns regarding support donations, feel free to contact Rachel Kramer at 714-560-0900, ext. 6205 or at rachel.kramer@ocsarts.net

Please note that these donations should be above and beyond the annual parent Voluntary Contribution Agreement, which provides core funding for the arts conservatory programs. Orange County School of the Arts is organized as a non-profit organization under IRS code 501(c)(3) our Tax ID is 33-0891574.
All cash donations are fully tax deductible as provided by law.

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