Musical Theater

Musical Theatre

Franklin Elementary Session: Wednesdays, 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm starting August 30, 2023

Roosevelt Elementary Session: Wednesdays, 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm starting August 30, 2023

Middle School: Wednesdays, 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm starting August 30, 2023




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Our Musical Theatre Program provides a unique experience to students who wish to have a taste of Broadway, right here in Santa Monica! This years musical selection is the critically acclaimed “Matilda”, which has been edited by our wonderful director Tomas Juarez. Students who participate in our program will get to experience a Broadway style casting where each student will audition for a part and assignments will be given out for solos and leads accordingly. Auditions will take place within the first month of classes, with a “mini” performance of the musical in December, and the full musical performance in May. In addition to singing, students will get an introduction to other aspects of musical theatre, such as staging and acting. 

We provide three different sessions: Franklin, Roosevelt, and Middle School. Although labeled as “Franklin” and “Roosevelt”, these sessions are open to any elementary student who wishes to join, however we do gear towards 4th and 5th Graders for our Elementary Sessions. If your child is younger and would be interested in singing, we would recommend checking out the Children’s Choirs! 


Photo of Tomas Juarez Jr.Tomas Juarez Jr, also known as Tommy, is a voice teacher at the Santa Monica Conservatory and a voice student from Santa Monica Community College. He studied under Dr. Janelle Destefano and has performed for SMC for the last 3 years and a half. He started a voice class in SMC and a semester later, joined the music program known as The Applied Music Program which started him on his road to classical singing. As well as joining this program, he has performed for many concerts such as The Applied Benefit Concert and opera productions such as Il Campanello, The Magic Flute, and Dido & Aneas. Tommy is a teacher that doesn’t only teach how to sing but he teaches posture and adjusts the body to help sing more clearly.

He can teach any genres from classical to pop and ballads. He has also started teaching beginning piano to further help his students understand music and music theory. To help his students understand is his priority and he hopes to help further them in the musical studies.


photo of Jasmine Daboul



Jasmine Daboul has been a voice/piano teacher at the Santa Monica Conservatory of Music since the summer of 2017. With her focus being on classical repertoire, she has performed various Arias and Art songs by composers such as Mozart, Scarlatti, Faure, Schubert, Barber, and many others. Her recent opera roles were Gherardina in Puccini’s (Gianni Schicchi)and chorus in Donizetti’s (IL Campanello); which were performed at the Santa Monica Broad Stage.



She has performed many chorus works such as Mozart’s (Requiem), Hadel’s (Messiah), Mendelssohn’s (Elijah), including other famous works at the Plaza del Sol Performance Hall. From 2016 to 2017, she was part of the California State University’s Women’s Chorale that performed enchanting pieces by Holst, Saint Hildegard, and Graham; along with a few choral pieces from Harry Potter. They appeared at the St. Mary of the Angels Church in Los Angeles at the Valley Performing Arts Center in Northridge. In the summer of 2017, Jasmine performed Mozart’s (Requiem) with the Pacific Master Chorale at Walt Disney Concert Hall.



Along with her knowledge in classical vocal music, she is familiar with many contemporary songs and Musicals. Some of her performances include songs by Adele, Mariah Carey, Leann Rimes, Lady Gaga, and more. Her second Language being Arabic, she has performed a variety of songs overseas for Classical Arabic singers that include Abdel Halim Hafez, Fairuz, and a few others. Jasmine also teaches beginning to intermediate piano. Some of her piano performances have been for Bach’s (Prelude in C Major), Oglivy’s (Toccatina), and Glinka’s (Russian Polka). She is currently finishing her studies at California State University, Northridge with the talented and intelligent Erica Davis.

The Santa Monica Conservatory of Music
1501 Colorado Ave.
Santa Monica, CA 90404


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