1. Areas of Study
  2. Piano / Keyboards
  3. Organ

Bach was one of us.

Stretch your limits as an organist.

The organ department at SFCM is home to fewer than five students, this close instruction allows young musicians to develop their craft to the best of their ability. Students have the opportunity to perform on organs around the city in addition to the Conservatory's own, and to engage in many collaborative and employment opportunities through groups such as the American Guild of Organists.

Andrew Wang at the harpsichord


Dedicated, personalized instruction

SFCM and Opus 3 alliance
SFCM changed global music education in 2020 by acquiring management company Opus3 Artists, home to over 250 top musicians. Masterclasses, recording sessions, and side-by-sides with members of the Opus 3 roster are only the beginning of our work together to invent the future of performances.
SFCM student studying in library in 50 Oak building


We’re waiting to show you around.

We look forward to your visit! Contact the Office of Admissions to take a tour of our facilities and audit a class. You can also contact the keyboard faculty directly to arrange a consultative lesson.

Keyboard performing on stage


Qualify yourself for the future.

Detailed curricula are available for all organ-related music degrees at SFCM.

Keyboards, Organ, SFCM Degrees and Programs