Brooklyn Conservatory of Music
58 7th Ave. 
Brooklyn,  NY,  11217
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Brooklyn Conservatory of Music opened its doors in 1897, and added its Flushing campus in 1955, making it one of the oldest and largest community schools of the arts in the nation. Its founding mission, to promote individual and community growth through music, and to make music accessible to people of all ages, backgrounds, and skill levels, is very much alive today. At its two campuses, the Conservatory offers classes, ensembles, choral opportunities, and individual instrumental and vocal lessons. Also in Queens, the Diploma Divisions provide undergraduate and graduate-level training for advanced students who which to pursue music as a career. In order to provide instruction for underserved populations, the school grants more than 100 need-based scholarships each year. Among its many Community outreach services are its Music Partners and Music Therapy initiatives and its schedule of concerts at the Conservatory in the Community.

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