TONIGHT: Friday, June 11 at 6PM on the FIA Palette Patio
Enjoy a performance featuring your favorite musicians from the Flint School of Performing Arts and the Flint Symphony Orchestra. The evening’s music highlights Women Composers - Sung, and Unsung. Enjoy songs by Carole King, Alicia Keys, Joni Mitchell, and more.

Join us for four weeks of chamber music every Friday at 6 pm: June 4 - 25
Patio seating is limited but there’s ample space on the lawn.
Bring a chair or blanket just in case.
All concerts are outdoors on the Flint Institute of Arts Patio and live-streamed (click HERE to access) In the case of rain, the outdoor concert is canceled and will only be live-streamed.
TOMORROW: Saturday, June 12 at 11:00 am
Riverbank Park Amphitheatre
10:30 am - Dance Parade starts at Flint Farmers Market

Global Water Dances (GWD) celebrates water and life through the art of dance. In parallel, we are aware that environmental actions are needed. One day, every two years, 80+ cities from around the world participate in the GWD event. From Beijing, China to Zadar, Croatia, choreographers take on local water issues through workshops, dance activism, and dialogue.

On June 12, the Flint, MI community will come together for their second participation in GWD. This performance will take place at Flint's Riverbank Park, located immediately north of Downtown Flint. This is a free event & open to the public.

This event is a celebration of togetherness and healing through dance. As a project, it showcases the strength of Flint’s young artists as agents of change and activators of positive momentum.

Performers include: Children’s Performance Workshop, Flint Youth Ballet, Flint Repertory Theatre Education, and FSPA Faculty / Câmbio: Canja de Boa (Brazilian Jazz)
This is a Music Around Town event and a program of the Flint Institute of Music; In collaboration with the Flint School of Performing Arts and Flint Repertory Theatre. 
Flint Mural Plays Carriage Town Neighborhood Event
TOMORROW: Saturday, June 12 at 12:00 pm
Flint City Hard Cider Co. - Outside
610 Martin Luther King Av. Flint
Make sure to bring your headphones to listen in! 

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 FlintRep.org 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!
Flint Institute of Music
Follow Damien Escobar
An Evening with Damien Escobar
ONE NIGHT ONLY
June 19, 2021
Whiting Auditorium
7:30pm

Just A Few Prime Seats Available for the live performance— get yours before they’re gone!
Don't miss this amazing performance. Enjoy the
live-streamed event from home.
Flint Symphony Orchestra
2021-2022 Season - Subscribe Now
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
The Flint School of Performing Arts, in partnership with the University Musical Society, is excited to invite you to a virtual Master Class with world-renowned classical violinist James Ehnes.
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 Education
"All the world's a stage..." and our T.E.A. members are ready to perform on it! Gather 'round for another T.E.A. with Shakespeare. Today, Mary Paige Rieffel performs Sonnet 98.
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
As you read this week we have another weekend filled with music, dance and theatre and we hope you’ll join us for one or all of these events. You can start this evening with chamber music at FIA, join us for dance tomorrow at 11am at Riverbank Park and follow that up with the Rep Mural Play neighborhood event just a couple of blocks away at Flint City Hard Cider. All outdoors and all absolutely FREE.
It is with great sadness we share the news that our long-time colleague and administrative assistant, Barb Clark, recently died. Barb joined the FIM in 1985 and spent her entire working career with us. Her most recent position was FSPA Administrative/Business Operations Assistant. Barb will be remembered for the smiling, kind woman at the desk who registered students for classes and also answered a multitude of questions related to tuition assistance. She took special pride in shepherding families through the application process and served generations of FSPA students with the utmost respect and care. She will be dearly missed. We extend our deepest sympathy to her family and friends and all those touched by Barb’s life.
  
Hug your family, cherish the beautiful weekend ahead, and please stay safe and healthy!

Sincerely,
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 Tom Glasscock by The Junior Duquaines
  • In memory of Tom Glasscock by Joanne and Bob Fuller
  • In memory of Tom Glasscock by Edward and Jan Piorkowski
  • In memory of Tom Glasscock by Harold and Charlean Sullivan
  • In memory of Tom Glasscock by Clifford and Katherine Cox
  • In memory of Barb Clark by Marianne Stuckwisch
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.