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With charitable support from our donors and friends we are able to extend the benefits of musical enrichment to as many individuals and communities as possible. You can play a part in enriching lives by Giving the Gift of Music. Your tax-deductible contribution helps the Conservatory fulfill its educational and artistic mission by supporting scholarships and community outreach. You can support any of the following programs with your donation:

Annual Giving

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 Maria Sorensen at 732-224-8778 x 138 or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

The Felix Molzer and Irina / Vladislav Kovalsky Scholarship Funds

In honor of their extrordinary contributions to music education, these funds are named for Monmouth Conservatory founder Molzer and retired director Vladislav Kovalsky and his wife, Irina. Donations to these funds are earmarked for scholarship support for students based on merit and/or financial need. Scholarships also serve a broader community purpose in our outreach to various health, youth and elderly facilities where the Conservatory performs each year.

As a part of a thriving small city, we are fortunate to have local businesses that share our commitment to bring the positive benefits of music enrichment to as many people in the community as possible. We would like to take this time to thank them for promoting our free community concerts and for generously providing auction items and making other contributions to our fundraising events. Please support the businesses that support us by visiting and shopping with them.

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