TONIGHT: Friday, June 25 at 6 pm at FIM in the MacArthur Recital Hall
Enjoy a performance featuring your favorite musicians from the Flint School of Performing Arts and the Flint Symphony Orchestra. The evening’s music highlights Brass.

Tonight’s Chamber Music Series concert will take place in the MacArthur Recital Hall –with an in-person audience and live-streamed on Facebook.
Flint Mural Plays East Side Neighborhood Event
TOMORROW: Saturday, June 26 at 12:00 pm
Latinx Technology & Community Center (OUTSIDE)
2101 Lewis St., Flint, MI 48506
Make sure to bring your headphones to listen in! 

Featuring FREE guided trolley tours, live performances.

This summer, Flint Repertory Theatre is partnering with the Flint Public Art Project to present FLINT MURAL PLAYS. 25 world premiere micro audio plays from some of the most exciting national and local playwrights writing theatre today. Each play corresponds with a different mural located around the city of Flint!

The 25 short audio plays are free to access on the PixelStix mobile app, a Rep listening device, or from June 5 through August 31. Download the app, follow the map and go on your own walking or driving adventure around the city to experience the plays!
Weather Notice: Flint is expecting unpredictable weather this weekend, but we are optimistic that the event will go on as planned. Please be sure to check the Flint Rep’s Facebook page for any updates should we need to cancel due to dangerous conditions.
Three days of fun and music July 2, 3, and 4.
The Flint Institute of Music and the Friends of Berston partner with the 6th annual Flint Water Festival at Berston Field House.
Free concerts nightly, featuring international funk, disco band HEATWAVE, live July 2 at 7 pm.
Our own Roger Jones appears July 3 at 7 pm.
A daily carnival from 12 to 10 pm., with a fireworks finale July 4.
Celebrate with music, fun, and fireworks.
Visit for more information.
Flint Symphony Orchestra
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October 2: De Falla & Mendelssohn
November 13: Debussy & Beethoven
February 5: Copland & Grieg
March 12: Smetana, Vivaldi & Ginastera
April 9: Ibert & Tchaikovsky
May 14: Stravinsky, Chavez & Respighi
Flint School of Performing Arts
In-Person and Virtual Options Available!
Space is limited for all in-person learning. Register today. Call for more details
810-238-1350, ext. 3
Buildings open for in-person payments or to register for classes only.
FSPA: Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm CLOSED Saturday and Sunday
Flint Rep: Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
NOTE: Some FSPA instructors may be available for in-person lessons.
Contact your instructor or the FSPA Office for more information
Message from the executive office
We’ve had some glorious weather for outdoor concerts and events and we have more fun planned this weekend. Remember to check our event Facebook pages for the most up-to-date weather-related information.
We are jubilant with the early announcement from the Governor of the removal of the gathering and face mask orders. We’ve been planning for this for quite some time and it is gratifying to know that live music, dance and theatre will return to our stages and classrooms at full capacity this fall. We’ve made improvements to our venue air filtration systems and cleaning protocol which will remain in place and your safety will continue to be our top priority. We know many people will continue to be most comfortable wearing a face covering and we support that completely.
On behalf of our board, staff, faculty, musicians and artists, thank you for your support throughout this challenging time. We can’t wait to see you again!
Have a fabulous weekend, stay safe and healthy!

Rodney Lontine
President and CEO
Thank you! To our 2021 newsletter underwriter, Security Credit Union.

And to those whose generous gifts make an extraordinary impact on the Flint Institute of Music's mission. 
  • In memory of Barbara Jo Clark by Ms. Brenda Butterfieldf
  • In memory of Barbara Jo Clark by Mr. and Mrs. Doug Dohrman
  • In memory of Barbara Jo Clark by Ms. Paul Forbush
  • In memory of Barbara Jo Clark by Mr. Larry McIntosh
  • In memory of Barbara Jo Clark by Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ruebke
  • In memory of Barbara Jo Clark by Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sheldon
  • In memory of Barbara Jo Clark by Ms. Shari Sinclair
  • In memory of Barbara Jo Clark by Paul and Davin Torre
  • In memory of Rachel DeBus by Ron and Cathy Prevett
  • In memory of Tom Glasscock by Ron and Cathy Prevett
This program and/or service is funded in whole or in part by the Genesee County Arts Education and Cultural Enrichment Millage funds. Your tax dollars are at work.