Flint School of Performing Arts to hold open house August 18; public invited
The Flint School of Performing Arts will hold its annual Open House on Wednesday, August 18 from 6:00–8:00 p.m. at the Flint Institute of Music, 1025 East Kearsley St. This free event will feature a variety of activities.
“The Open House is a wonderful opportunity to experience all that the FSPA has to offer,” stated Davin Pierson Torre, director. “Everyone is invited to join us and learn about our classes, individual instruction options and performance ensembles. Many of the FSPA’s highly-qualified and welcoming instructors will be on hand to meet potential students and answer questions.”
During the course of the Open House, attendees will be able to try out over 20 instruments including flutes, cellos and trombones. Additionally, attendees can choose to take part in or observe dance classes and participate in information sessions. Local food trucks, Vehicle City Tacos and Flint Trolley Ice Cream & Café, will be on site with a selection of food and beverages for purchase.
With a mission to provide a livelong continuum of arts education, the Flint School of Performing Arts offers classes in music, voice and dance for students aged 6 weeks through adult. For more information about the open house or enrolling in classes, please call 810-238-1350, ext. 3.
Dedicated to changing lives through a lifelong continuum of music, theatre and dance, the Flint Institute of Music includes the Flint Symphony Orchestra, Flint School of Performing Arts and Flint Youth Theatre. A professional orchestra led by world-renowned music director Enrique Diemecke, the FSO enjoys a more than 95-year history. The FSPA is the eighth largest community arts school in the U.S. and provides outstanding music and dance opportunities for all ages and abilities, and offers tuition assistance. FYT is a nationally acclaimed, award-winning resident theatre company and drama school, providing inter-generational, live theatre arts since 1957. A nonprofit organization, the FIM receives support from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts.