Bass, Cello, Clarinet, Composition, Drums, Flute, French Horn, Guitar, Harp, Keyboard, Music Theory, Oboe, Percussion, Piano, Saxophone, Singing, Trombone, Trumpet, Viola, Violin, Music
Where are Lessons Offered
In Teacher Studio
In Student Home
The Conservatory of Musical Arts Music School Provides a Safe, Family-Friendly Environment for Music Lessons in South Jersey for Children to Adults. Our Accomplished Teachers Bring Out the
Best in Our Students.
If you are looking for Music Lessons In South Jersey then the Conservatory of Musical Arts located conveniently in Audubon, NJ near Haddonfield, NJ and Philadelphia, PA is the right Music School for you. Our Music School features expert, caring teachers who provide music lessons in a safe environment for all children to learn music, grow and thrive.
Genres and Subjects Taught
Individual Instruction Individual / Private Instruction is the core of our curriculum. Classes meet once a week for 1/2, 3/4, and 1 hour sessions.
Jazz Theory & Improvisation
In-Home Music Lessons-
The Conservatory of Musical Arts offers conservatory-quality music lessons in the convenience of your home!
Coached Ensembles Coached Ensembles are where students learn essential listening and sight reading skills. They learn to tune, blend, and phrase together with the appropriate style and concept for the music at hand. Members meet weekly for rehearsal with performances scheduled throughout the year. Woodwind, Brass, String, and Vocal Ensembles as well as Small Jazz Group.
University Faculty Led Workshops & Master Classes-
Providing intensive study of a given topic by specialists in a specific area for further musical growth and development . Conducted by CMA faculty as well as guest clinicians. In this hands-on workshop, students and teachers perform for each other in a studio setting providing a venue for pedagogical study. Instrumental & Vocal Master Classes, Jazz Improvisation, College and All South Jersey Audition Preparation.
Recitals- CMA faculty sponsor student recitals throughout the year. We give our student many opportunities to perform at a variety of venues.
Early Childhood Music- The Suzuki Method as well as traditional instrumental instruction is offered for Children ages 4 through 7 in piano, violin, cello, and the flute.The focus is on an age appropriate teaching environment which nurtures the child’s natural curiosity and love for music, while developing the basic instrumental and musicianship skills necessary to have fun making music.
The Music Together program offers a supportive musical environment where parents, caregivers, and children of mixed ages come together and enjoy music making with songs, rhythmic chants, instrument play, movement, and dance for children ages birth to 4.Conservatory of Musical Arts Music Together Classes – Two Convenient Locations:
Haddonfield & Medford, NJ
Offsite Music Programs-
CMA offers and currently provides music programs to other educational institutions in the community to supplement their existing curriculum.
In-Home Music Lessons-
The Conservatory of Musical Arts offers conservatory-quality music lessons in the convenience of your home! For more information, please see our In-Home Programs section.
Our lessons start as low as $15!
Please contact us for more details.
Ages / Skill Levels Taught
All Ages- children through adults
All Levels-Beginner to Advanced
My Certifications and Awards
Our professionally degreed staff has been hand selected not only for their reputation as performers but also for their ability to be able to inspire and motivate students through their passion for the art.
Cherry Hill, NJ
"Our current measure of success seems to be our viral index. We go viral )as opposed to being viral or feeling viral)... It isn't about 15 minutes anymore. Now, it's all about scale. How many hits? How many likes? We're losing a reference point for our true juan value and for the life altering influence of a single person on another single person's life. This came to me while watching my 11 yr old sing & play the piano at a small recital. His teacher, Maggie Bruning of The Conservatory of Musical Arts, is one of those people who changes lives. But she is not on Oprah. She is not folllowed by millions on Youtube. She wouldn't want that life. Thankfully, she has preserved her own measure of success: her students' love of music. When she sees that they're inspired and excited about playing-when she notices the light in their eyes-she feels like she's made it. What if Maggie's measure of success went "viral?" More people would offer their gifts of influence and inspiration through a deep and abiding love, not a smattering of random likes."