We have a rich tradition of meeting the unique music educational needs of each individual student through our diverse programs:
- Private lessons are offered in all instruments: piano, strings, guitar, winds, brass, and drums. Our faculty create engaging lessons geared toward students’ goals. We are always happy to work with adult students.
- Group classes in beginning piano, guitar, voice, and Try It Out. Camp programs in the summer.
- Performance opportunities are important to music education. While we do not require students to perform, we highly encourage it. Performance helps students to think on their feet and build presentation skills. Recitals include all skill levels, beginner to advance. Recitals are offered at no additional cost.
- Music Therapy is truly on of the most rewarding programs. To be able to provide an individual who lives with a disability the freedom to express themselves, communicate, create, or explore an instrument is inspiring. Our music therapist can work with any disability, set therapeutic goals, or goals for appreciation.
- Our ensemble program is one of a kind. Auditioning is required. Ensembles are small so that everyone gets a chance to shine while being responsible for their part. All instruments are welcomed. Our students have performed throughout Doylestown and with guests such as Eric Mintel.
There is so much happening at The Conservatory that we didn’t even get to mention all our charitable programs for the community: free concerts, tuition assistance and free programs for low-income youth.
And don’t let our name fool you.
The Conservatory has been a signature school in our community for over 30 years. We welcome all students and diverse repertoire.
Don’t miss the opportunity to study with us because there is no one like us.
Contact us at 215-340-7979 or www.MyConservatory.org.
PHOTO CAP: Conservatory student performs at The Kimmel Center.