Extension Division

Paul Conrad received a Bachelor of Music from Mason Gross School of the Arts, where he studied piano with Paul Hoffmann. He is in high demand as an accompanist for both soloists and ensembles, and is currently accompanist for the Rutgers University Glee Club and Voorhees Choir.

  • Courses Taught

    Piano instruction.

  • Education

    Bachelor of Music from Mason Gross School of the Arts, student of Paul Hoffman.

    Master classes with a number of internationally prominent pianists and teachers, including Dorian Leljak, George Kern, and Edna Stern.

  • Awards

    NJ State Governor's Scholarship

    Stephanie Morris Marryott Scholarship

    Edna S. Mason Scholarship

    Arthur G. Humphrey Award

    Presser Foundation Award.

Coupons and Special Offers 2019-2020

Discounts and Special Offers must be applied at the time of registration. It is not possible to retroactively apply discounts or special offers following registration in a class or activity.

Rutgers  Faculty, Staff & Alumni Discount

Mason Gross Summer Series features free music and dance

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The doors are open and the air-conditioning is set to high: Summer’s hot at Mason Gross.

The 2014 Mason Gross Summer Series, a five-event music-and-dance program, takes place July 16, 23, 24, 30, and August 6, 2014. Performances are free, family-friendly, and run just over an hour long.

Mason Gross Extension Division students complete spring 2014 ABRSM Exams

2014 Spring ABRSM Theory Exam Results
Instructor: Sarah Chen

Congratulations to Mason Gross Extension Division students who completed spring 2014 Associated Boards of Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) Exams!

Scoring summary: Distinction 90-100% | Merit 80-89% | Pass 66-79%

Theory Grade 4

Kids Create summer program features fables and "fancy footwork"

Children participating in the Extension Division's Kids Create summer program put on a talent show on June 27, 2014 at The Red Oaks School in Morristown, NJ. The show included dance, music and theatric performances by children ages 6-12 years. It also showcased the hard work of visual arts students who created the colorful backdrops for the other children's reenactment of fables.

Classical Guitar


  • Bachelor of Music (BM) concentration in Classical Guitar
  • Artist Diploma (AD) in performance


Free Visual Arts Workshop: Dream Kite Making, May 3, 2014, 1–3 p.m.

Dream Kites 2013
Participants of the 2013 workshop show off their dream kites.

Woodwind Day

Guest artist: Bence Szepesi

Special thanks to our event sponsors: the Mason Gross Department of Music, the Mason Gross Office of Admissions, and the Mason Gross Extension Division