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Pineda Conservatory of the Performing Arts 
428 Jerusalem Road   •   Scotch Plains, NJ 07076   •    (908) 731-1377   •   pinedaconservatory@comcast.net
Hearts and Voices Program     

Pineda Conservatory's Hearts and Voices provides lectures and performances to groups who may not frequent the theatre due to physical or monetary restrictions. 

Hearts and Voices is made up of current Pineda Conservatory students who perform at schools, libraries, nursing homes and hospitals.  Students perform a wide range of repertory, from Broadway tunes to opera arias.  After performing, the students stay and interact with audience members, sharing their unique artistic insights and experiences.

Through music and theatre, Hearts and Voices hopes to educate and inspire a love of the arts in our underserved communities.

Lectures and Masterclasses

Add theatrical flair to your next meeting or presentation by having Pineda Conservatory's professional staff present a lecture or masterclass on an arts-related topic. 

Past lecture topics have included Opera Appreciation, Musical Theatre Appreciation, Broadway's Golden Age, Puccini's Operas, Mozart's Operas, Dance on Broadway and Sondheim.  Lectures can be supplemented with a short performance by our lecturer or by a conservatory student.

Pineda Conservatory also offers masterclasses on audition technique and song interpretation for both opera and musical theatre performers.  Masterclasses are taught by veterans of the Broadway stage and Conservatory trained professional opera singers.  Please note that use of Conservatory accompanists may require an additional fee.
Butts Lecture
< An opera lecture given by Conservatory staff at a local library.
For Hearts and Voices performance requests or to schedule a masterclass or lecture for your organization, please email pinedaconservatory@comcast.net ATTN: Outreach or call (908) 731-1377.