Music-on-Parade for Scholarship
Concordia Conservatory hosts an annual event to raise funds for its scholarship and outreach program through student and faculty involvement and participation. Our 13th annual event will take place on April 16 in the Sommer Center Schultz Chapel at Concordia College. Music-on-Parade is free and open to the public.
ABOUT THE PARADE - “Playing time” by faculty and students will run throughout the event and participants will gather sponsors for their “playing time.” See schedule as a guide on the next page. Students may sign up anytime throughout the day. The Music-on-Parade ensures scholarship funding to students with promising musical talent, with an inability to afford instruction. In addition, the Conservatory offers tuition-free outreach at Project Music Achievement at Rosedale in the Bronx, The Andrus Early Learning Center, and free outreach enrichment to area elementary,middle and high schools in the lower Westchester communities with “challenged” budgets for the arts. The scholarship fund awards over 300 need-based and merit-based scholarships per year and its outreach programs reaches 2,000 students annually.