Music and art education for people of all ages and abilities

The Community School of Music and Arts (CSMA) is a mission-driven, nonprofit community arts school located in California’s Silicon Valley.

Our music and art programs, camps, workshops, free concerts and events provide our communities across the Bay Area with access to excellence in the arts.

CSMA’s Music School gives students of all ages access to a comprehensive music education.
Our classes nurture creativity and discovery in students of all experience levels.
CSMA camps and workshops let students explore, create and share the joy of making art and new friends!

Upcoming Concerts & Events


The Anderson Brothers play Gershwin

Saturday, September 30
7:30 PM
Peter & Will Anderson explore the music of George Gershwin with their six-piece ensemble.

Juanito Pascual Trio

Saturday, October 21
7:30 PM
Juanito Pascual and his trio perform contemporary and traditional guitar compositions.

Axel Schmitt: Bach's "The Well-Tempered Clavier" Book II

Saturday, November 4
7:30 PM
Axel Schmitt performs Bach

Clerestory: A Many Splendored Thing

Saturday, November 18
7:30 PM
Clerestory is the Bay Area’s singer-led, all-male vocal chamber ensemble.

Merit Scholars Holiday Concert

Saturday, December 9
5:00 PM
CSMA Merit Scholar student ensembles and soloists perform favorite selections to celebrate the holidays in this popular annual event.

Quinteto Latino

Saturday, January 13
7:30 PM
Quinteto Latino champions the works of Latinx composers.

There are no announced concerts at the moment. Please check back soon!

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Everyone should have an opportunity to experience the arts

The Community School of Music and Arts (CSMA) is Northern California’s largest nonprofit provider of arts education programs. CSMA is dedicated to inspiring and nurturing creativity in people of all ages and skill levels. Financial aid and program subsidies ensure access to the arts for all. Nearly 30,000 people are served through on-site and off-site programs each year. The School is proud of its 50+ year history of arts education.

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