Our mission is to enrich our community through music and the arts by offering high quality music and art education,
as well as providing outstanding concerts for all in our beautiful and historic setting.
Saturday, February 8, 6:00 pm
A Trip to Antarctica
Families are invited to come take a trip to Antarctica and experience the coldest, driest, windiest, most remote place on earth.
Experience her great adventure as she presents her incredible pictures of the beautiful and unusual creatures that inhabit the continent, the exquisite scenery that is unlike any place on earth, and what it is like to live and work in the most desolate place on the planet.
(Freewill donations to benefit Thayer Scholarships)
Saturday, February 1
Tori's Art Show
Artist Tori Stong is a fine arts graduate, is a wonderful abstract artist. Inspired by her travels, emotional journey and search for home, she's created layered dimensional mixed media pieces representing different stages and mindsets of her journey. Mark your calendars!
Saturday, February 22, 7:00 pm
Songs of the African American Experience
A program of songs composed by African Americans documenting historical and contemporary experiences of sorrow, joy and hope for African Americans in the United States. Sung by soprano Lanu Stoddart Williams, accompanied by William Ness.
(Suggested $10 Donation at the door)
Whether you like to sing or play an instrument, whether you are a beginner or an experienced performer just wanting to advance your skills, whether you are seven or seventy, we invite you to come to Thayer Conservatory to develop your musical potential.
Registration is ongoing for Private Lessons, Ensembles, Classes, and Homeschool opportunities