"Memories with Moms" Brunch & Tea Fundraiser

Saturday, May 11, 2024
11 am – 1 pm

Join us here in the historic Hamilton House for our Second Annual “Memories with Moms” Brunch & Tea Fundraiser!

This is a classy occasion featuring live music, delicious delicacies and a silent auction to support musical excellence in our community! Let’s celebrate motherhood and create lasting musical memories together.

Bring your mom, grandma, aunt, sister, daughter or any special mother figure in your life for a heartwarming experience. Get ready for a nostalgic celebration of laughter, love, and support.

Adults ~ $ 30
Children under 18 ~ $ 15

Past Events

To view the video of our Faculty Showcase concert, please click here.

Event Space Rental

The Music Conservatory is in the historic Hamilton House at the corner of 627 N. Government Way and Foster Avenue.

We have indoor and outdoor space available for small gatherings for up to 50 people such as small weddings, company meetings, and music practices.

Please submit the following information below. We’ll give you a call to discuss your needs and provide you with a quote.

Concerts Scheduled
At The Hamilton House Location

MultiCare Virtual Heart Strings for Hope


A virtual concert that supports the care for Behavioral Health Services (mental health) in the Inland Northwest through MultiCare’s Inland Northwest Foundation. It also supports the Recording Academy’s Foundation Musicares to support mental health care in the music community nationally.

Tuesday, March 9, 2021

A Night Under the Starts with Beethoven

Trio Opus #9 by Beethoven
Violin: Gayle McCutchan, 2nd Violin: Scott Grunsted, Viola: Jan Pellant, Cello: John Wheeler

Mozart Horn Concerto, 3rd Movement
Maria Aguiar

Art of the Fugue, Contrapunctus 1 & 2 by J.S. Bach
Violin 1: Abigail Stevens, Emma Locke, Violin 2: Stephanie Saw, Gayle McCutchan, Viola: Jan Pellant, Scott Grunsted, Cello: John Wheeler.

September 18th

A Musical Tribute To Our Heroes: Present & Past

Featuring vocalist Brandon Michael, with Toni Helms as accompanist, performing ‘The Prayer’ ‘You Raise Me Up’ our National Anthem and more. Also, Terry Jones and his Brass Band playing patriotic, American Folk tunes, favorites from the ages.

September 11th, Friday


A Marimba Band creates high energy dance music with African rhythms. The performers come from Coeur d’Alene, school teachers and more who have come together to create music.
String Quartet – Violin 1 – Jacob Unruh, Violin 2 – James Thrasher, Viola – Andrew Mangini, Cello – Matt Aranda

August 14th

Other Events

Farmer’s Market

July 22th

Open Houses

Come to see the interior of the Hamilton House. The Open Houses have been extremely useful for the progress of the house. City councilmen, neighborhood support, music collaborators, and potential donors have toured the house, catching our vision of the Conservatory! Jacob Unruh and Matt Aranda provided the ambiance with their violin and cello duo. Diana Clemons made acoustic beauty with her viola. Isaac Preciado and Hailey Tenny showed collaboration with their wind instruments.

July 27th
August 18th
September 8 and September 15, Tuesday from 12 noon to 2 p.m.

December 19th

January 5th & 7th 2021

Open Rehearsals

Come and observe a sneak preview of an upcoming concert and enjoy the process of perfecting a performance.

Feb 12, 2021

Live at Hamilton House!

A performance and chamber venue, traditional and ongoing concerts on Friday nights.

Hamilton House Trio: Geoffrey Flolo – Clarinet, Jan Pellaut – Viola, Toni Helms -Piano:

March 5, 2021

“Faculty Potpourri” Concert

March 12, 2021

Master Classes

An opportunity for up and coming student teachers, teachers locally and at large, and performers to learn from each other.

Student Mentoring Stage

A place to mentor with other students and teachers, to get warm critique, to gain from what others do well, and to advocate each other.


In house teachers and teachers from the inland Northwest are welcome to use the recital hall.

Student Corner

Events Photo Gallery

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