Music Lessons Continue at Westminster Conservatory
DON’T STOP THE MUSIC: Westminster Conservatory offers discounted lessons for all ages through April. Musicians of every stage of ability can enroll.
Westminster Conservatory of Music is offering discounted lessons from now through April 2021, for musicians of all ages and stages of ability. Introductory packages of four lessons for the price of three are being offered.
The offer is valid for both new students and current students who wish to pursue a new instrument. All lessons will be delivered virtually for safety and convenience.
“The new year signifies a time of change and growth; at the Conservatory, we believe that learning to play an instrument is an enriching experience, allowing musicians to build confidence and see milestone achievements as they grow in their artistry under the guidance of our esteemed faculty,” said Scott Hoerl, executive director for Westminster Conservatory of Music. “This is also an opportunity for adults who may have studied an instrument as a youth to take it up again.”
The community music school of Rider University’s Westminster College of the Arts, Westminster Conservatory has nearly 100 faculty members, who specialize in a wide range of orchestral instruments and vocal styles. 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 in Princeton, the Conservatory has extensions in Lawrenceville, South Brunswick, and Yardley, Pa.
The offer applies to new instruments only and the standard $50 registration fee is waived. For more information, contact Drew Brennan, assistant director for Westminster Conservatory of Music, at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit rider.edu/conservatory.