The Conservatory has a strong commitment to serving our community by providing access to quality music and art education.  These programs are supported by generous donations from individuals, art sales, and grants from the county, state and foundations.


See all of our program below.



Service and compassion to our Senior communities.  Share your talents!

Students on Tour

Students from the Conservatory donate their time and talents to the "Students on Tour" concert series to enrich the lives of the seniors in our community. This event is held once a month and runs for one hour on the weekends. The audience is encouraged to participate with familiar tunes by singing and clapping. Please note that ownership of a piano is not necessary. Michelle Cosgrove, our Students on Tour Manager contacts area communities in order to book these student performances throughout the year. Recitals may be requested at any senior facility in our operating region.

Upcoming dates and locations:

9/21/19, 2:00

Belle Haven, 1320 Mill Rd., Quakertown  18951

10/12/19, 2:00pm

Masonic Village, 850 Norristown Rd., Warminster  18974

11/9/19, 2:00pm

The Willows, 2343 Bethlehem Pike, Hatfield  19440

Download the 2019-2020 Students on Tour Schedule

To perform or for more information:

Michelle D. Cosgrove
Students on Tour Manager
mcosgrove@myconservatory.org (email is the best method of contact)


Artistic Expression! 


smArt provides free lessons and group classes in music, art, and acting to at-risk children in very low income neighborhoods in Bucks County. The program brings together 15-19 year old, intermediate-advanced level Conservatory students who are trained and volunteer as student teachers and mentors to children ages 5-12. The goals of the program are to provide opportunities for artistic expression and to improve self- esteem and offer hope for children who live with the constant threat of violence and are surrounded by illegal drugs and gang influences.  smART is conducted in the neighborhoods and schools that the at-risk children live in. 

smArt is made possible through generous donations from:


Arts Learning! 

Kindred Arts

The Kindred Arts program is a multicultural music and arts program designed for at-risk/low income youth living in Doylestown.  Students gain valuable experience in understanding commitment, teamwork and building self-confidence. All programs are held at The Conservatory and culminate in a presentation or exhibit.