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Contact Anne Smith,
Director of Community
Partnerships,
(781)934-2731 x 21
a.smith@sscmusic.org
for details, pricing,
and information
about how a partnership
with SSC can benefit
your school or
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Community Partnerships Off-site Programs and Classes
for Adult Learners

The Arts are good for you!
There’s no getting around the fact that we all age. The good news is that aging creatively — through the arts — allows us to enjoy and embrace the process. 

SSC is committed to fostering lifelong learning in and through the arts by increasing opportunities for participation in community based programming, collaborating with local Councils on Aging, Senior Centers, residential communities and assisted living facilities.  Partnership programs are designed to to challenge adult minds, stimulate creativity and build vibrant social connections. 

For more information, including pricing and scheduling, please contact
Anne Smith
Director of Community Partnerships
a.smith@sscmusic.org
(781)934-2731 x 21

For information about programs and events at our two campuses in Hingham and Duxbury, visit our Adult Learning and Events and Performances Calendar pages

woman singing SSC Storyteller Series
Learn about the people and events that changed the history of music through this interactive lecture series.  Each session features stories told through art, including performance and time for discussion. 
Golden Voices Golden Voices Chorus
This joyful experience will have everyone singing! Golden Voices seeks to provide a safe and friendly environment for celebrating our changing voices. Repertoire will include old favorites as well as folk and contemporary literature.
ukulele club Ukulele Club
All you need is a ukulele! Total beginners are welcome, as are players who already know how to play a bit. We'll learn to strum some simple songs together, and there will be opportunities to sing for those who would like to practice accompanying their voice. We'll also learn a bit about scales, technique, and easy music theory that goes along with playing the uke. In just a few weeks, you will be playing with confidence.
drum circle Community Drum Circle
Everyone can make music! SSC provides a variety of drums and hand percussion and a facilitator will lead the beat. Drum circles are full of laughter, creativity and spontaneity. No experience required. Everyone can play!
hands on drums World Beats
There are so many rhythms in the world! Learn about the history and background of hand drums and how they reflect the cultures they serve. Play your way around the world in this series of experiential classes. Drums and hand percussion provided.
shake your soul Shake Your Soul®
is about having fun, dancing to great music, and feeling good in your body. It is a holistic approach to movement and dance, and was inspired by yoga, Qi Kung, modern dance, African dance, and body-mind centering. In our classes, we will also explore music and dances from all over the world.
cellist Welcome to SSC!
Learn about the history and mission of South Shore Conservatory and meet some of its outstanding teaching artists during this 60-minute interactive experience
people singing Creative Arts Therapies
The Conservatory's Creative Arts Therapies Department provides individual therapy sessions, small group therapy sessions and creative ensembles, and modified/adapted lessons in voice, piano, percussion, guitar, and other instruments. The music therapy department serves children through adults with special needs, including, but not limited to, those on the autism spectrum, those with developmental disabilities, learning disabilities, physical challenges, and those with Alzheimer's. Goals can be established to work within the interdisciplinary framework of IEPs and ISPs. A board certified music therapist, prior to the start of sessions to determine best treatment and goals, assesses each individual.
woman playing flute Performance opportunities
Adult workshops and Recitals
Adult Coffee House 
Sunday Salon series
SSC is committed to removing barriers to participation. Both of our campuses are wheelchair accessible. For accommodations, please click here or speak to a member of our staff (781)749-7565 x 11