The Conservatory provides a full spectrum of musical theatre classes for ages 6–18. The
curriculum is based on developing the self-confidence needed to participate in theatrical
productions for lifelong enjoyment. Students work on individual vocal, dance, and drama
skills, as well as group collaborations.
The road to musical theatre begins here. Discover the art of acting through fables, stories, improvisation, and theatre games, as well as song preparation and stage movement. The first 16-week session ends in an informal in-class performance. The year culminates in a fully-staged production, with equal roles for all students. 16 classes or year-long.
|Ages: 6||Thursday 3:30 - 4:30pm||$485 (16 classes)||Register|
Join this skill-based musical theatre program focusing on the vocal, dramatic, and dance aspects needed to perform on stage with comfort and ease. Theatre games help students discover their acting talents, while group vocal coaching develops the singing voice. Basic choreography will be introduced. The first 16-week session ends in an informal in-class performance. The year culminates in a fully-staged production, with equal roles for all students. 16 classes or year-long.
|Ages: 7-8||Thursday 4:30 - 5:45pm||$495 (16 classes)||Register|
This musical theatre class is geared toward the more advanced musical theatre student. Performers work on scene study as well as solo and ensemble numbers from Broadway musicals. The first class begins with an audition for all interested students. The audition includes a solo song and required reading. The year culminates in a fully-staged production, with equal roles for all students. 16 classes or year-long.
|Ages: 11-14||Tuesday 6:00 – 7:15pm||$495 (16 classes)||Register|
|Ages: 9-11||Thursday 5:45 – 7:00pm||$495 (16 classes)||Register|
Concordia Conservatory presents its annual holiday musical featuring a community cast for ages 8 to 22. The production includes six performances in early December with a cast from the Bronx, Westchester County, and Connecticut. Auditions for performers and interviews for backstage production staff are held in late September. Those auditioning are asked to sing a song of their choice which best demonstrates their vocal ability. The rehearsals take place from the first of October through early December. The production team and directors comprise of Concordia Conservatory faculty. Since 2001, Concordia Conservatory has produced the annual holiday musical as a tuition-free community outreach program for all participants funded through grants, foundations, and friends of the Conservatory. Auditions are on September 21 & 22. Production dates are November 30, December 1, & 2.