Conservatory fills the gap in modern music education
Adreana Gonzalez said music education does not have to be “traditional” to be relevant.
To share this, the Pasadena-born entertainer founded Hollywood Vocal Studios Conservatory in Downtown LA. The two-year contemporary vocal institution is seeking to bridge a gap in modern music education for aspiring vocalists through mentorship from music industry professionals.
The school is in the historic Garland Building in Downtown LA, and auditions for the school will remain open until October for admission in February. For information, visit hvsconservatory.com. The school is an extension of Hollywood Vocal Studios.
“I had the idea to start the conservatory because I’ve been a private vocal coach for over 15 years,” Gonzalez said. “I have many students who come from Berklee College of Music or Musicians Institute and their vocal program is subpar.”