Westminster Conservatory Presents “Try It Out Day”
GIVE IT A TRY: Westminster Conservatory will offer children and their parents who are looking for a place to take music lessons the opportunity for a free “test drive” at “Try It Out Day” on Saturday, September 7.
Westminster Conservatory, the community music school of Rider University’s Westminster College of the Arts, will give children and their families a chance to sample what the school has to offer at a gathering on Saturday, September 7. from 10:15 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Offered at the Conservatory’s main location on the Westminster Choir College campus on Walnut Lane, “Try It Out Day” will feature Early Childhood demonstration classes for children between the ages of 14 months and 8 years, as well as free 20-minute trial lessons with Westminster Conservatory teachers for children 6-18. Adults are also welcome to register for a trial lesson.
“We believe that a great music teacher can create unforgettable and life-affirming experiences that build confidence and self-esteem,” says Conservatory Executive Director Scott Hoerl. “Everything that we do is grounded in this philosophy.”
Advance registration is required. The deadline for registration is September 4. To learn more and to register, visit www.rider.edu/arts.
Established in 1979, Westminster Conservatory is New Jersey’s largest community music school. It offers a wide range of music instruction through private and group lessons. In addition to its main location on the Westminster Choir College campus in Princeton, the Conservatory has extensions in Lawrenceville, South Brunswick, and Yardley, Pa. Learn more about Westminster Conservatory at www.rider.edu/conservatory.