The Monmouth Conservatory of Music is committed to reaching out to the community with an emphasis on underserved and vulnerable populations. In addition to educational programs and performances for public schools, Conservatory students and faculty frequently perform at assisted living/retirement communities; hospitals/hospice facilities; art forums, community fundraisers; and municipal events. Outreach programs are an important part of the Conservatory educational experience and provide students with a special opportunity to bring the joy of music to the community.
Established shortly after his death in January 2009, the Leon Knize Concert series presents professional Guest Artists performing the great music that Mr. Knize cherished. Donations to the Conservatory in his name will fund the concerts so that they can be offered to the community with no admission charge.
The Felix Molzer Scholarship Fund allows us to maintain our commitment to help aspiring music students reach their potential regardless of ability to pay. Approximately 30% of all Conservatory students receive some form of scholarship support, which is based on individual merit as well as financial need.
Scholarships provided through generous donations to the Conservatory also allow us to offer group classes and outreach performances that make music accessible to more people in our community. Approximately 30% of all Conservatory students receive some form of scholarship support, which is based on individual merit as well as financial need.
If you would like to help us continue to provide these musical opportunities to our students and communities, please Give the Gift of Music today.
Your contribution to our annual Patron Appeal supports scholarships for aspiring music students, group programs & master classes. It also helps us to attract outstanding faculty and acquire & maintain musical instruments.
Supporters may also direct their gift to one of the Conservatory’s music education, performance and community initiatives. See below. For more information please contact Gina Register at 732-741-8880 or email us.