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The Vision of TCM

In 2013 our owner/director Brad Bohn decided when starting Temecula Conservatory of Music that he would create something awesome. He was inspired by the performance opportunities he had as a youth and how fun it was to play at a high level with others. And he  realized that that was it. What inspires most young musicians is having fun!

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How do you inspire children to become amazing musicians? What is the key ingredient to an incredible music education? How do you inspire youth to practice every day? 

We found it. 

Perform! Perform! Perform!


Fun! Fun! Fun!

Lighting the Fire

We found that with a system that rewards practicing, regular concerts, recitals, competitions, music videos and orchestra parties will light that fire and inspire all of our students to practice to great heights. 


The Ultimate of Heights
Carnegie Hall

When you aim high great things can happen. In 2014 we were one year into the creation of TCM when Brad Bohn, or director announced during a concert that our ultimate goal would be to reach a level of excellence where we could be accepted into the Carnegie Hall Spring Music Festival. In 2017 TCM was accepted and in 2019 our Youth Orchestra and Youth Symphony Traveled to New York and performed at Carnegie Hall where we received a Gold Rating for our performance.

Now that was fun! 

Continuing the Journey 
to Excellence

Where do you go after Carnegie Hall? You keep going and going and going. Our director , Brad Bohn started and finished his Master in Orchestral Conducting during the pandemic to further improve his abilities to help our students keep improving and moving forward.


During the pandemic we held a 2020 Christmas Concert, a 2021 Spring Concert, a 2021 Christmas concert and the most recent 2022 Spring Concert. Our's was the only music organization in the Inland Valley to have regular rehearsals and concerts throughout the pandemic following all the pandemic rules and precautions.


We also recently achieved 1st place in our division and overall best orchestral performance at the Spring Music in the Parks Festival at Magic Mountain on May 14th, 2022! 


We will continue this year with an area Suzuki Concert in October, a Christmas Concert in December, a Spring Concert next May and Orchestra Competitions at Music In The Parks at Knott's Berry Farm in the spring of 2023!

Perform! Perform! Perform!

Fun! Fun! Fun!

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