Meet the Music Conservatory of Westchester! The Deans and faculty of the renowned community music school will answer your questions and provide an insight into the Conservatory’s online and in-person lesson experiences. Learn about the incredible Suzuki Program and early childhood piano and guitar lessons for young children, private lessons for all ages, music skills and music theory for youth and teens, music therapy programs, as well as lessons offered just for adult students.
Join us for Virtual Open Houses via Zoom:
Saturday, September 12 from 1-2 PM
Tuesday, September 15 from 5-6 PM
Join us for In-Person Tours (by appointment only – 1 family per 15 minutes):
Tuesday, September 8 from 4-6 PM
Wednesday, September 9 from 5-7 PM
Wednesday, September 16 from 5:15-6:15 PM
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Marc Shaiman is a Tony, Grammy, and Emmy Award winner, and seven-time Oscar nominee. Most recently, Mr. Shaiman was nominated for two Academy Awards for Best Original Score and Original Song (“The Place Where Lost Things Go”) for Mary Poppins Returns. He won a Tony and Grammy for co-writing the score to the Broadway adaptation of Hairspray, which was adapted into a Golden Globe-nominated musical film in 2007.
Shaiman is currently working on a musical version of Some Like it Hot for Broadway in 2020, and co-writing songs for Industrials, a Steven Spielberg/Marc Platt-produced movie musical. His Broadway credits include Charlie & the Chocolate Factory, Catch Me If You Can, and Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me. His film work includes When Harry Met Sally, Misery, Sister Act 1 & 2, A Few Good Men, and Hocus Pocus. His countless television credits include Saturday Night Live, Smash, and Bette Midler’s Emmy-winning appearance as the final guest on Johnny Carson’s penultimate The Tonight Show.
This is the second of the Music Conservatory of Westchester’s educational spring 2020 series for music lovers. The “An Evening With…” presentations dive deep into curiosity about topics including film music, Broadway, and opera with expert speakers and performers.
Thursday, April 16, 2020 @ 7 p.m.
Purchase Tickets Here
$30 VIP tickets include a Meet & Greet, reserved seats, purchase online.
$20 general admission tickets, purchase online or at the door.
All ticket sales proceeds support the nonprofit Music Conservatory of Westchester’s student programs.