ARTS FOR SENIORS
The "Arts for Seniors" program offers individual lessons, on and off site group classes, artistic events, and concerts for senior communities located in the Bucks and Eastern Montgomery regions.
Whether you would like to renew your interest in an instrument you once played, or always wanted to give something a try, it is NOT too late to begin private musical or artistic lessons. Expressing creativity through art or music can improve a person’s emotional well-being and lead to a longer and happier life. On-site weekly individual lessons are available. Instruments are required for music lessons. A 5% tuition discount is offered for adults ages 60 and over. Scholarships are available based on individual need.
Fine Arts Activities
Artistic events can be customized to fulfill the requirements of your community. Off-site educational group classes encompass art, music, and acting. Group class tuition is deeply discounted. Our participatory arts experiences involve therapeutic musical entertainment and music appreciation by our faculty presented at your facility.
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.
These programs made possible through the generosity of:
Perform with "Students on Tour"
Have fun and perform with talented fellow students at local senior living facilities. The group is an all-volunteer student ensemble. Members of the group are awarded a certificate at the end of each semester. To perform contact:
Students on Tour Manager:
215-340-1045 ext. 306