Flint School of Performing Arts
TONIGHT May 21, 2021 at 7 PM
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 only.

Sponsored by: Dr. Mark & Genie Plucer
Flint Institute of Music
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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
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Fridays at 6pm June 4 - 25
All concerts outdoors on the Flint Institute of Arts Patio.
Flint Repertory Theatre
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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. Visit FlintRep.org/Education as we kick off our T.E.A. with Shakespeare program and delve into the words of the world’s most famous playwright.
Flint Institute of Music
Congratulations to our Win/Win Drawing winners - $250 Lauren Holaly-Zembo, $500 - Jane Koegel, and $2,500 - Carolyn Stubbs.
Thank you so much to all who entered and supported music, dance, and theatre in your community, we appreciate you.
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
There is still plenty of space available on the lawn this evening in front of MacArthur Recital Hall for our final faculty concert of the season featuring Erik McIntyre. There will be chairs set up but feel free to bring a blanket to spread out if you prefer. It promises to be a special evening, and we hope to see you.
We will continue to offer a variety of streamed programming as we return to a full calendar of live performances this fall. And while we’re out of the concert halls and theatres this summer, we will be busy as ever with Music Around Town concerts. You can always find the latest updates in this newsletter.  
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.