South Shore Conservatory offers spring classes for young students in March

From learning music instruments to singing, dancing, exercise, theatrical play and more, South Shore Conservatory has a stellar reputation of immersing students of all ages in a wide spectrum of exciting activities as the spring warmth approaches.  Ranging from basic to more advanced skill levels, spring registration is now open for young children with Music Together and Music Sprouts programs starting on March 13. South Shore Conservatory is located at convenient locations on the South Shore of Massachusetts. Click here for a list of classes available.

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Young students enjoying Music Together class at South Shore Conservatory, image by Michelle McGrath PR

A few of the classes offered for children ages 0 through 9 are Time TrainMusic SproutsDrum and SingCreative DanceHip HopTot YogaBallet, Move and Groove Music Therapy Group, Piano FUNdamentals, Curtain Going UpPrimo Voice Class, and Let’s Put on a Show.  South Shore Conservatory also offers classes for ages 10 through 18 such as Rock BandFiddle ClassSaturday Stage ClubPop Rock Vocal Tech, and Let’s Put on a Show.  Take part in adult classes such as Adult Rock Band, Golden VoicesSSC Community VoicesAdult Jazz Workshop, and Shake Your Soul. Classes are also available for dance and musical instruments at beginner levels.

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Drum class at South Shore Conservatory Photo courtesy of Michelle McGrath and South Shore Conservatory

South Shore Conservatory has created a comfortable, inspiring, and exciting learning environment for students at all levels at their Duxbury and Hingham campuses.  Satellite classes are offered at the South Shore Community Center in Cohasset, Massachusetts. South Shore Conservatory also offers financial aid. For further details and to register, call Early Childhood Program Coordinator Jana Kahn at 781-749-7565 ext. 33 or online at sscmusic.org.

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South Shore Conservatory partners with the American Ballet Theatre. Photo Courtesy of Michelle McGrath and South Shore Conservatory

Click here to learn about all of South Shore Conservatory’s upcoming events.  Follow South Shore Conservatory on Facebook and Twitter.

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