Open the doors of The Conservatory and the sounds of creativity resonate with endless possibilities from within the largest non-profit community school of the arts in Bucks County.
The Conservatory is a non profit 501(c)3 organization offering educational and performance opportunities in music, art and drama. All students, regardless of age, ability or income, are welcome.
The Conservatory has over 55 degreed, experienced faculty members known for their caring teaching skills and professional expertise. In addition to group classes and individual lessons, the calendar year is packed with recitals, concerts, workshops and summer camps.
This year The Conservatory will be holding its inaugural “Sounds of Excellence” concert at the Kimmel Center in March. The event will bring together the finest of The Conservatory students with the schools talented faculty for an exciting concert in the area’s most premier venue.
Each year The Conservatory holds several fundraisers including its Family Arts Fest in June to support the Conservatory’s charitable outreach projects such as the Prelude Project, arts therapy for special needs individuals, Arts for Seniors, Neighborhood Notes, free lessons for at-risk children and Tuition Assistance Grants.
Summer has its own exciting offerings with The Conservatory’s Star Struck Productions musical theater camps, which gives all the participants the opportunity to shine in a full-scale musical production.
Throughout the year you can meet some of the world’s greatest guitarists during Stretched Strings workshops and concerts. Learn to play like the best and enjoy an evening being entertained by the outstanding talent and great performers.
Other exceptional Conservatory programs include the fun-filled, creative Musikgarten pre-school music education classes for ages birth through five and Lights, Camera, Acting! theater classes for all ages.
If looking for volunteer opportunities, Neighborhood Notes provides free classes and peer mentoring for low-income, at-risk children.
For more information about The Conservatory, call 215-340-7979, email email@example.com or visit www.communityconservatory.org.