Virtual Lessons at MCW

The Music Conservatory of Westchester is continuing everybody’s music study via virtual lessons with our world-class, accredited faculty. Many students have already started virtual lessons with their teacher.

Suzuki Recital
April 24, 2021  |  3pm  |  YouTube  |  Download Program

Student Recitals
March 27, 2021

12:30pm A  |  Zoom  |  Download Program

12:30pm B  |  Zoom  |  Download Program

2pm  |  Zoom  |  Download Program

3:30pm  |  Zoom  |  Download Program

5pm A  |  Zoom  |  Download Program

5pm B  |  Zoom  |  Download Program

Adult Recitals
March 23, 2021  |  7pm  |  Zoom  |  Download Program

MCW to Premiere Virtual Faculty Concert of Music by Black Composers
In solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, the Conservatory will present a virtual faculty concert featuring music by Black composers on Wednesday, July 15 at noon on Facebook and YouTube. To read more about how the Conservatory is making change for the future to reflect the broad diversity of our community:
July 15, 2020  |  12pm

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Learn about the composers 


Keep the Music Playing: A Virtual Concert

More than 100 Conservatory students, faculty members, alumni, and special friends submitted videos to participate in our Keep the Music Playing: A Virtual Concert for the Community in an incredible outpouring of music and support for our community heroes, including first responders, medical professionals, and essential workers.


May 8, 2020  |  12pm

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May 15, 2020  |  12pm

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May 22, 2020  |  12pm

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Additional information about the MCW community:
As a nonprofit music school, the Conservatory is dedicated to its mission to provide the extraordinary benefits of music to all in our community. The school’s signature mission-based programs include a Scholarship Program for financially-deserving students to pursue their musical dreams, Music Therapy Program for children and adults with disabilities, and Healing Our Heroes music therapy program for U.S. military veterans. More than 3,000 students from the greater Westchester County region are served by the Music Conservatory of Westchester each year.