Giving Back To Our Community Through Music

The Conservatory has a strong commitment to serving and engaging our community. Our community outreach programs are designed to provide an affordable, inclusive, and fun way of bringing our community together to foster a long lasting love of music.

Donate now to help support these programs at anytime.  

Students on Tour

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All students from The Conservatory, including our adult students, are encouraged to participate in our monthly Student on Tour program.  Our students donate their time and talent to enrich the lives of senior citizens in our community.  The benefits of music appreciation for the elderly can improve moods, help to recall happy memories, encourages socializing and promote overall mental and physical health.

This program qualifies for volunteer student hours needed for honor society and other such programs.   

We are proud to have served many senor living facilities in the greater Bucks County area:  

Arden Courts, Brookdale Cottage, Christ’s Home, Greenfield, Greenleaf, Harbor View, Living Branches, Luther Woods, Manor at Yorktown, Neshaminy Manor, New Seasons at New Britain, Pine Run Community, Pine Run at Lakeview, Richboro Rehabilitation, Wesley Enhanced Living ….and many more 


Due to COVID this program was temporarily suspended. We are hoping to re-start it soon! 


If you're interested in learning more or would like to be added to our future participation list please send an email to our Program Director at   

Kindred Arts

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The Kindred Arts program is uniquely designed for kids facing economic and social barriers. The Kindred Arts program provides a place to come together in a collective spirit to experience the joy, confidence building, and positive decision making, that music education can provide.   Students gain valuable experience in understanding commitment and teamwork. Our safe environment provides them a positive alternative to unsafe behaviors or experiences in the after school hours. All programs are free and are held at The Conservatory.

The Kindred Arts program is open to any Title 1 student with proof of acceptance into the free lunch program.

Kindred Arts students can also qualify for a Kindred Arts tuition assistance grant for private lessons. Qualifying students must have participated in at least 2 years of Kindred Arts programming.  


To learn more about this program and upcoming schedules please call 215-340-7979 and speak with our Program Director.  

Live From The Conservatory

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Free concerts held live at The Conservatory either in-person on our front lawn or live-streamed through the cooler months.

To view previous live-stream concerts visit our YouTube Channel.

Storybook Concerts

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For our youngest musicians the Storybook Concert series provides a book reading and introduction to an instrument by a Conservatory faculty member or advanced student.  The program includes a talk back and small performance on the highlighted instrument.

Each program is about 30 minutes to 45 minutes.


Previous Stories Presented have been: The Bear and the Piano, Lloyd Finds His Whalesong, Ricky The Rock That Couldn’t Roll, The Leprechaun’s Gold , Drum City, and The Gruffalo.   


Please check the "Events" tab for upcoming dates.

Tuition Assistance

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The Conservatory is proud to be able to provide tuition assistance to families who need additional financial assistance for private lessons.  We believe that access to quality music education is important to for everyone. Tuition assistance grants are given based on our fundraising efforts.

To review our application:

Community Events

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The Conservatory is proud to support local community events including CBCC Brown Bag It with the Arts concert series and the Doylestown Music Fest.   

We are also happy to provide a donation to local charity events.



All of our community outreach programs are supported by the generous donations of individuals and businesses, along with grants from state agencies and foundations.   

Without this important support, these programs would not be possible.   

Please help us to continue to provide free programs to our community.  Make a donation today!