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Child performing on the violin

Love to sing pop, rock or musical theatre? Take your singing to the next level! Participants learn breath control, tone quality, expression and microphone technique, and get individual coaching. Record songs individually and as a group in a professional recording studio. We even make a music video! 

To be announced

For more information: or call 203-894-1987



Monday - Friday



Noah Manheimer

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Kim Macko

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(Grades 5-8)

Summer Individual Music

& Voice Lessons

Private lessons encourage the growth of instrumental and vocal skills as well as music literacy. Summer lessons are designed to be flexible in order to accommodate family vacations, camps, and other activities. All you have to do is pre-register for the specific dates and times you want, whether on a regular basis throughout the summer, or just enough times to sustain skills learned during the past year. Students meet weekly with their teachers who develop individualized programs of study in piano, voice, strings, percussion, or winds. Ongoing enrollment. Call 203-894-1987 for scheduling information.

Due to Covid, summer lessons are being taught online or in person (at the discretion of teachers and/or students). To find out more, call our friendly registrar Jess at 203-894-1987!

For more information: or call 203-894-1987



Noah Manheimer- Guitar

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Chris DeAngelis- Bass/ Guitar

Mathew Moadel- Drums

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Andrew Beals- Woodwinds

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Alan Simon- Piano

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Caroline Chanin- Voice

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Crystal Glenn- Voice

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Gabrielle Cacciola- Voice/ Piano

(beginning age 5)

Thank you! Both of my children had studied piano for years before we found you, but in eight months we have been taking lessons at your conservatory, their instructors have managed to inspire them and get them truly excited about learning music. I haven’t had to remind them to practice in months.

 —Lauren P.

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