the festival of giving is back!
during the holiday season, we sponsor an annual charity fundraiser, The Festival of Giving, when our students will tickle the ivories during six separate concerts on december 8th, and december 9th at the historic St John’s Episcopal Church in support of the international children’s charity with a sustainable approach to a single, solvable problem; cleft lip and palate. Smile Train.
we strive to make our students global citizens who are aware of the world outside of their homes and schools. Please contribute what you can to help our students fund SmileTrain’s mission around the globe.
“I took lessons until I graduated high school. It was a wonderful experience. I enrolled both of my daughters when they were 3 years old. It has been amazing to see them grow in both technical skills and confidence. The staff always make practice and performance fun.
The kids have been able to have the experience of performing in an auditorium setting, guided by seasoned performers, which is a BIG experience.
My girls have had the advantage of having learned a unique skill in a consistent, super-fun, stable, flexible and loving environment. Sometimes, when I hear them play, it amazes me.
Learning at the conservatory has taught them to persevere, to express themselves musically, to form bonds with teachers and to appreciate, empathize with and respect other students. Thank you, COP and staff!”
– Abigail Cowan
“My twins (7 years old boy and girl) are taking lessons at Conservatory almost 4 years now. All instructors are well educated and trained to teach any levels of students. My children enjoy taking lessons.
The Conservatory is well organized to offer online lessons and we are able to continue taking lessons without interruption. Since the online lesson began, not only my children are improving their skills, but I am also improving my music skills (getting better at reading notes!) as, just being there with my kids for their lessons 🙂
I would definitely recommend the Conservatory to anyone who is interested in playing piano at any ages!!!”
– Minori Morrow