Cape Conservatory launches spring semester

Spring highlights include music & art classes for adults
Photo courtesy of Cape Conservatory

January 24, 2017- The Cape Conservatory launches its spring semester the week of February 6. Along with a full roster of enrichment classes for youth, the Conservatory offers music and art classes for adults.  “The Bucket List” features several group music classes for adult beginners, including piano, guitar, ukulele, violin and voice. Adults with relative proficiency on an instrument can join an instructional ensemble, including flute choir, string ensemble, jazz and rock bands. For adults interested in visual arts, the Conservatory’s Art Appreciation class will explore the art and architecture of Boston. Students may take an optional cultural caravan day trip to Boston’s Back Bay for a tour of Trinity Church and the public library.  In March, Music Appreciation commences, which culminates in a concert featuring the Cape Symphony Music Memory Orchestra conducted by Jung-Ho Pak.

Full details and class schedules are online at capeconservatory.org.

The Conservatory has been a vibrant part of the Cape Cod community for 60 years, committed to supporting and enriching music and arts programs through high quality, professional and inspiring opportunities. Conservatory campuses in Falmouth and West Barnstable offer students of all ages the opportunity to discover - or rediscover - their passions for the arts. Visit capeconservatory.org for more information. The Cape Conservatory is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. 


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