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The Conservatory Unveils New Name & Logo

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Jan 15, 2013
Doyelstown, PA

The Conservatory in Doyelstown, PA, formerly known as Community Conservatory, is modernizing its look by unveiling a new logo and brand identity, marking 25 years of achievement and reflecting the growth and success of the Bucks County arts school.    

Executive Director Christopher Dwyer said the logo was updated to reflect The Conservatory’s elevated level of instruction and performance opportunities the organization is now offering the students. “Unfortunately,” he added, “the word ‘Community’ in our name was often being misinterpreted to mean ‘amateur’ rather than ‘inclusive,’ so we have omitted it.”

“In creating the new design, I wanted to emphasize the musical heritage of The Conservatory,” said Dwyer. “The logo needed to be quickly recognizable—but also suggestive of our arts mission.” As a result, The Conservatory’s updated logo is a brighter, more sophisticated design with the top half of the swirled letter hinting at an “A” for “art.”

As part of its silver anniversary, a bold new Conservatory website will also be introduced later this month, which can be access through the current web address of and a new URL:

About The Conservatory
The Conservatory offers year-round lessons and group classes to over 1,200 students annually. A professional faculty of over 55 provides the highest quality arts education through unequaled commitment to each student. Individual music lessons are provided on all instruments including voice for ages 4 through adult from beginner to advanced levels. Group music classes are available for ages five through senior citizen. The Elite Strings Youth Orchestras and Private Lessons enhance the development of the more serious musicians. Students from 3 to adult are enriched in art classes, which include painting, drawing and sculpture. An exciting variety of drama classes encompass on-camera acting and introduction to film & video. The Conservatory is strongly committed to serving all students through charitable outreach projects. The Prelude Project provides music, dance/movement, and visual art therapies for individuals with disabilities. Discounts and off-site classes are offered for active adults via Arts for Seniors. Tuition Assistance Grants are given for families demonstrating financial need. Neighborhood Notes provides free lessons and classes and peer mentoring for at-risk children. Numerous concerts and recitals are provided for the community each year.

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