The Conservatory provides a full spectrum of classes and performances for ages 6–22. The offerings are based on skill development through singing, acting, movement, dance and group collaboration, providing a life-long enjoyment of musical theatre.
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.
Age 6 | Thursday 3:30 – 4:30 | 16 classes or year-long
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 with an informal in-class performance. The year culminates in a fully-staged production.
Ages 7–8 | Thursday 4:30 – 5:45 OR Friday 4:45 – 6:00 | 16 classes or year-long
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 year culminates in a fully-staged production, with Broadway musical theatre scenes.
Ages 9–11 | Thursday 5:45 – 7:00 OR Friday 3:30 – 4:45 | 16 classes or year-long
Dance for Singers
Classes will cover dance basics, body isolations, turns, kicks, and stretching. Each class would begin with a set warm up and short traveling combinations. There would be a theme every two weeks, for example the movement and choreography of Bob Fosse & Randy Skinner plus different genres of dance, swing, and tap basics.
Saturdays | 16 classes or year-long
Ages 11–18 | 11:30 – 12:30
Holiday Community Musical
20th Anniversary Production
THE SPIRIT SOCIETY
by J.P. Redmond and Greg Suss
Concordia Conservatory presents its annual holiday musical featuring a community cast and crew of ages 8 – 22. This world premiere production by Conservatory alum J.P. Redmond includes four performances. Auditionees 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 on Tuesday afternoons and Saturday mornings. Since 1999, Concordia Conservatory has produced the annual holiday community musical as a tuition-free outreach program funded through private donors.
Audition Dates: September 27 & 28
Production Dates: December 6, 7, 8