Flint School of Performing Arts
May 21, 2021 at 7 PM - LIVE IN-PERSON CONCERT
There’ll Be Some Changes Made: Revisiting the Roaring 20s
Join FSPA guitar instructor Erik McIntyre and friends for an evening of popular music of the 1920s, inspired by the driving rhythms and collective improvisation of New Orleans jazz.

This is a live and in-person event on the FIM MacArthur Recital Hall Lawn. Seating is limited to comply with current MDHHS social distancing guidelines. Masks are required even if you are vaccinated. Tickets are FREE. Get yours today to reserve your spot.

In the case of rain, the evening performance will be streamed live on FSPA Facebook and FIM Youtube pages.

Sponsored by: Dr. Mark & Genie Plucer
Flint Institute of Music
An Evening with Damien Escobar
June 19, 2021
Whiting Auditorium
7:30 pm

Tickets available - In-Person and Streaming
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Flint Symphony Orchestra
May 8 FSO concert now On-Demand Streaming
BRUCH Violin Concerto No. 1 
TCHAIKOVSKY Symphony No. 3, Polish
Flint School of Performing Arts
Saquitta and Jakari
Thank you to all that participated in this year’s Mother’s Day campaign to support the Lullaby Project. Because of you, thirteen more families will have this unique experience bonding mothers and their little ones through the gift of song.

Thank you to the FSPA for providing such a warm and loving service to the mothers and little ones of our community. - Donors Sherrema Bower and Deianna Bower,"
FSPA SUMMER 2021 - 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
Flint Repertory Theatre
Read this On Stage Blog article about the upcoming FLINT MURAL PLAYS:
“Outside of Michigan, most people have only heard the bad news out of Flint. It’s the city whose drinking water was poisoned by a state administration that took over the city’s governance and wanted to save money. But Flint is also home to the Flint Repertory Theatre, an organization led by Michael Lluberes that has been doing amazing work and this summer is offering pandemic-safe work that marries playwrights and visual artists and takes audiences all over the city.”
Flint Repertory Theatre Education
“To be, or not to be?” That is the question that Flint Rep Ed Theatre Education Artists (T.E.A) have been pondering for a while. On Monday, May 17th, log on to FlintRep.org/Education as we kick off our “T.E.A. with…” program and delve into the words of the world’s most famous playwright. 
The shorts are back to heat up your summer season of theatre. We are looking for actors ready to rehearse and perform from the comfort of their own home, as this year we will be performing online.

Auditions for Summer Shorts 5 will take place online on Monday, May 17 from 5 pm - 7 pm via zoom.
Flint Institute of Music
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Thank you for purchasing a ticket; you have played a starring role in keeping the performing arts alive for thousands of families in our community.

Limited time offer!! - Purchase a Gift Certificate and receive one of equal value for FREE (up to $50)!
Free gift certificates available for a limited time only while funds last. 
Thanks to the Our Town Gift Card Match Program, brought to you by Consumers Energy and MMLFoundation in partnership with Flint and Genesee, we’re matching gift certificate purchases for up to $50 per person. 

Gift Certificates may be used for any event tickets or merchandise sold through the Ticket Center.
Buildings open for in-person payments or to register for classes only.
FSPA: Monday - Thursday 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Friday 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm, CLOSED Saturday and Sunday
Flint Rep: Monday - Friday 3:00 pm - 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 are excited to share that the FSPA and Rep Ed will offer in-person and hybrid programs this summer. The faculty and staff have continued to work to ensure that the health and safety of our students is our top concern. We’ve waited a long time, and this is a positive step forward for our students and families. Help us spread the good news!
We welcome the warm temperatures just in time for the weekend! As always, I hope you make it a safe, healthy, and happy one! 

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