Join The WHCC Spring Concert To Hear The Sweet Sound Of Success In Harlem

The Association of Dominican Classical Artists (ADCA) presents: “The Washington Heights Community Conservatory Spring Concert” at the Aaron Davis Hall, Marian Anderson Theater on Tuesday, June 11th, 2019, 5:30 PM.

Join them in celebrating the end of their school year with students from WHC Conservatory, P.S. 115, and Gregorio Luperon High School, with a wonderful concert showcasing their youth orchestras. The concert will include original arrangements of classical, popular, and Latin American music for strings, flute, clarinet, harp, and percussion. Come and see the work they are doing for the community!

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Their mission is to enrich the lives of children in Washington Heights, Inwood, and Harlem; communities that have been historically underserved in the areas of music and art instruction. The conservatory offers an inclusive culturally sensitive environment founded on the belief that instruction in the arts strengthen academic performance and transforms the lives of children regardless of socioeconomic background.

The Washington Heights Community Conservatory offers children with an artistic inclination the opportunity and the space to develop their talent. Working parallel to their school career, our students follow a rigorous 10-12 year curriculum, which includes private instrumental lessons, orchestra, music theory, harmony, history, and recitals to develop the necessary tools and experience to present a musical audition and pursue an artistic career after high school.

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