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Why Study Music?
Training in music and theatre instills discipline, develops organizational and social skills, improves coordination, encourages creative thinking and problem solving, and promotes an appreciation for culture and art that lasts throughout a person's life.

Whether a student is planning a professional career in the theatre or just looking to explore their creative and artistic side, PCPA has a program to suit their needs. In a 10-year study of over 25,000 students by the U.S. Education Department:
Students who study music test higher in math and on standardized tests.  
Students studying theatre have higher reading skills.


Pineda Conservatory of the Performing Arts is a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization that provides a full range of educational programs and performance opportunities benefiting students of all ages and talent levels.  
Pineda Conservatory of the Performing Arts  
428 Jerusalem Road   •   Scotch Plains, NJ 07076   •    (908) 731-1377   •   pinedaconservatory@comcast.net
Summer Conservatory Raises Over $2200 for Broadway Cares (Summer 2014) In keeping with this summer's theme of giving back to our community, PCPA sponsored several charity events this summer (more)...

NEWS
McConnell as Carlotta (Joan Marcus)
UPCOMING
PCPA Student to Star in Amazon Prime TV Series (Jun 23, 2015) ​Jacob Morrell, 8, of Scotch Plains, a student of PCPA voice teacher Dylan Shelofsky, will play the principal role of "Kevin" (more)...

Valerie Pineda Honored by Boy Scouts of America (Nov 10, 2014) ​PCPA Executive Director, Valerie Pineda, is a recipient of the Boy Scouts of America's 2014 Tribute to Women Awards (more)...

Broadway Phantom's Carlotta Hosts Master Class (July 11, 2014) ​Students in our Center Stage Program got a very special visit today from Broadway's own Carlotta, Michele McConnell (more)...
Beth Malone 
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Summer Conservatory Raises over $3,000 for Make-A-Wish NJ (Aug 4, 2015) ​Continuing last summer's theme of "giving back" (more)...

Tony-nominated Beth Malone Visits Summer Conservatory (Jul 10, 2015)​Star of Fun Home on Broadway and Tony-nominated actress Beth Malone paid our Center Stage students a visit today (more)...
Former PCPA Student Makes Broadway Debut (Oct 21, 2015)​Holly Curran, voice student of Valerie Pineda, makes her Broadway debut this fall in the acclaimed Lincoln Center Theatre revival of Arthur Miller's A View From the Bridge. Curran understudies the lead role of Catherine.

Congratulations Holly! Tickets
Holly Curran
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2016 WINTER-SPRING CLASS REGISTRATION
Mrs. Claus and the Pineda-ettes
Holiday Spectacular 2014
Holiday Spectacular 2015
Photo credit: Howie Frisch

Tickets are now sale for our 2016 Summer Season. Tickets may be purchased in-person during class drop-off times (8-8:45 AM and 12-12:45 PM) and beginning one hour prior to show times in the CDC Theatre lobby. No online orders/payments are being accepted at this time.

You may also email ticket reservations to tickets@pinedaconservatory.com (please include: name, date/time of performance, and number of adult/student/senior tickets). Tickets reserved via email must be paid for in-person prior to the performance. Five minutes before a sold out performance, any unpaid tickets may be sold to waitlist patrons at management's discretion.

PCPA accept payments in cash, credit/debit card ($1.50 fee per 10 ticket transaction) and personal check made out to "Pineda Conservatory."
All performances take place at Cranford Dramatic Club, 78 Winans Ave, Cranford NJ
Into The Woods JR
July 27 & 28 @ 1PM & 7:30PM
Presented by the Middle School Spotlight Program
General Admission: $15 Adults / $10 Students and Seniors

Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's Broadway musical re-imagines "Once Upon A Time..." as the characters of our favorite fairy tales find themselves in the same story as they try to appease the Wicked Witch to live happily ever after.

This version has been specifically tailored to be performed by young actors and is appropriate for theatre-goers of all ages.
2016 SUMMER CONSERVATORY SEASON
On The Town
July 31 & 31 @ 2pm & 8PM
Presented by the High Scool Center Stage Program
General Admission: $15 Adults / $10 Students and Seniors

It's 1944 and three care-free, lusty young sailors are on 24-hour leave in New York City before shipping off to war.

The classic musical was recently revived on Broadway and features some of Bernstein's most beloved showtunes, including "New York, New York", "I Can Cook, Too", and "Some Other Time." Based on Jerome Robbins' iconic Fancy Free ballet, the show is a song and dance-filled celebration of the American spirit. 


Limited Openings Still Available
Registration is still open for private voice lesson for the 2016 Winter-Spring semester. But availability is extremely limited based on teacher availability and scheduling.