Music Blog

The Official Blog of the Music Conservatory of Westchester


The Dean's Desk - Spring 2018

 Tuesday, May 01, 2018


While grounded in time-honored musical values, the Music Conservatory is equally committed to innovative programming for today’s students, including our very youngest. This fall we will embark on a new elementary group guitar curriculum for students as young as age 4, imparting the musical foundations to pursue more advanced studies in classical, rock, Latin, or jazz guitar, and preparing them to join a variety of bands and ensembles. 

A new sequential First Notes curriculum will start at age 3 months, and will be offered on Sundays for the first time. Parents will see their children engaged in fun learning activities, gaining new skills at each level. The curriculum will seamlessly progress to our Music Skills and Theory classes. 

We are redesigning our group piano classes as we prepare to create a Digital Piano Classroom with a separate work station for each student. We anticipate a robust demand for these classes, from children age 4 right through adult learners of all ability levels.

The Conservatory’s unique blend of innovation and tradition has built our reputation for almost 90 years. Every day, we work hard to prove that we are, and will continue to be, the “Best of Westchester.”

Sincerely,
Dr. Douglas Bish
Dean of Students and Faculty


Comments
Post has no comments.
Post a Comment




Captcha Image

Trackback Link
http://www.musicconservatory.org/BlogRetrieve.aspx?BlogID=13693&PostID=659018&A=Trackback
Trackbacks
Post has no trackbacks.

Save