Posted September 18th, 2017 | By A4A.asami
CSMA welcomes violinist Elbert Tsai and pianist Jennie Jung for a program of violin sonatas by Beethoven, Dvořák and Saint-Saëns.Get to know Elbert and Jennie, in advance of the Sensational Sonatas performance, as they discuss how music education has helped shaped them, as well as share some advice for music students.
Posted September 11th, 2017 | By A4A.admin
New for Fall, CSMA is hosting a variety of one-day art workshops. Workshops are a great way to try something new under the guidance of our accomplished, professional art faculty. Take an in-depth look at our Fall offerings.
Posted September 7th, 2017 | By A4A.admin
This fall, we’re highlighting CSMA alumni whose experiences here have inspired them to pursue their artistic education further and even work professionally as musicians and artists. Meet Emily Small, a former CSMA art student who is now a senior at the Rhode Island School of Design!
Posted August 24th, 2017 | By A4A.admin
Learn more about CSMA’s new Music Certificate Program, designed for students who wish to acquire a well-rounded, comprehensive music education.
Posted August 22nd, 2017 | By A4A.admin
CSMA’s annual Young Musicians Summer Honor Program prepares graduating 5th grade students for their middle school performance ensembles.
Posted August 21st, 2017 | By A4A.admin
CSMA is excited to welcome Axel Schmitt for a free concert in Tateuchi Hall on Saturday, August 26 at 7:30pm. Get to know the musician as he discusses his relationship with Beethoven’s music.
Posted August 14th, 2017 | By A4A.admin
We sat down to interview Kaye DeVries, instructor of Broadway Bound I & II for an inside look at one of our most popular camps.
Posted August 11th, 2017 | By A4A.admin
We spoke with Sarah McNutt and Andy Phares, instructors of Plaster Casting & Stone Carving, for an inside look at this creative art camp.
Posted August 9th, 2017 | By A4A.admin
CSMA is excited to welcome Heidi Lubin for her exhibition /kän strəkt/ on display in Mohr Gallery from August 4 through October 1. Opening reception with the artist is on Friday, September 15 at 6pm. Get to know the artist as she discusses her background and gives advice to aspiring young artists.
Posted August 4th, 2017 | By A4A.admin
CSMA Summer Camps offer a wide variety of classes taught by professional artists with 2.5 hours of daily instruction (Mon-Fri) and meet in the morning (9:30AM-noon) or the afternoon (1-3:30PM). We sat down to interview Claude Ferguson, instructor of Making Musical Instruments for an inside look at one of our most popular camps.