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    You could win a free week of camp at tonight's Main Line Parent Love Awards!

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    Music Training Center

    Musical Theater Camps begin in just 5 weeks at MTC's PA and NJ schools with SO many camps to choose from for ages 7-11 and 9-16! Age 7-11 camps include The Lion King Kids, Annie Kids, Seussical ... See more

    Musical Theater Camps now enrolling in PA and NJ with SO many camps to choose from for ages 7-11 and 9-16! Age 7-11 camps include The Lion King Kids, Annie Kids, Seussical Kids. Age 9-16 camps ... See more

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    Vote for the Main Line Parent and Philadelphia Family 2018 LOVE Awards - Philadelphia Family

    Thanks to our students for your support! Music Training Center is honored to have received the 2018 Main Line Parent Love Award for Best Music Lessons!

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    A breathtaking performance of Strauss' Also sprach Zarathustra by the Temple University Symphony Orchestra featuring MTC Conshohocken violin instructor Samuel Nebyu as concertmaster. Listen to ... See more

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Lauren Haber

Lauren Haber, School Co-Director – MTC Marlton NJ

Haber, Lauren 120Lauren Haber is a degree candidate at Temple University majoring in Journalism.  She is a graduate of Cherokee High School, and has worked as a senior counselor at the JCC Camps in Medford.
Lauren (pen name “L. Haber”) is also a writer for the Philadelphia Theater and Arts website Phindie.com, and has been a writer for FringeArts, the Sun Newspapers, and philebrity.com.  She is the 2012 winner of the WragsInk poetry contest, and received publication in Anthology Philly: Volume I, which is sold on Amazon.com and in local bookstores.  She was featured on loladelphia.com for her poem, “Ah, the City”, and has worked as a fact-checker for the Metro Newspaper.
Lauren’s musical experience includes playing the flute and ukulele, and she is excited to work with students and faculty at Music Training Center.