• We believe that music is a common language that promotes a harmony transcending race, ethnicity, age and gender.

 

Dear Conservatory students, families and friends,

Over the past several weeks, we have been closely monitoring news regarding the spread of COVID-19. It is with heavy hearts that we inform you that Kadima Conservatory is suspending all orchestra rehearsals and our March 22nd Concert. We hope to resume when public safety is not compromised.
 
The health and welfare of all students, faculty, and families is our first priority. Although this is the right course of action, our sadness is profound. We will reevaluate as necessary to see where we are and if resumption of rehearsals and concerts can safely happen.
 
 
With love and hope,
Beth Elliott and the Kadima Conservatory of Music

 

You play and you pass it on!

Kadima Conservatory of Music believes that music is a common language that promotes a harmony transcending race, ethnicity, age and gender. Music inspires individual and collective expressions of creativity, thereby enhancing constructive social behavior. The discipline of music boosts the intellectual and physical development of its students. It provides psychological and emotional consolation as well as personal growth for all participants. Kadima's goal is to promote the appreciation, performance and instruction of classical and popular music. We offer the following programs:

  • Private music instruction
  • Kadima Conservatory Philharmonics - a tri-level orchestra program, meeting for 3  10-week sessions per year
  • Master classes and chamber music coaching
  • Summer Music Seminar, a 5 week summer music intensive in June & July
  • Community and school concerts featuring the Kadima String Quartet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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