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Performing Arts School

Drawing on the experience and expertise of our Music Department, we are pleased to provide first-rate instruction in drums, guitar, piano, violin and voice. We offer individual music and voice lessons as well as preschool music classes. All classes are taught at Providence and we invite anyone looking for private instruction—from preschool children to older adults—to get in touch. In the coming year, we also will be offering theatre opportunities in our full-length production to our students and members of the community! 

Experienced Instructors

Our experienced and highly-trained faculty will help you learn new skills, gain confidence and grow in your abilities as musicians, whether you're advanced or a beginner! 

Group music classes are available for preschool children during the Fall (Sept - Dec) and Winter (Jan - April) school semesters. Following the Music for Young Children curriculum, classes would include sing-alongs, learning about rhythm and movement and of course, lots of fun! Please contact our Performing Arts School Assistant for more information.



Additional Children

Preschool Music Class


Lessons are offered in conjunction with the school semesters (Fall: Sept - Dec, Winter: Jan - April, Spring: April - June) with 10-12 lessons available during each semester. There is an annual registration fee of $40 for new students and $30 for returning students. Costs may vary slightly depending on the instructor and length of instruction. Please contact our Performing Arts School Assistant for more information.

Our annual full-length production takes the stage in February of our winter semester and in the coming year, we're inviting students as well as community members to be a part of the show! In 2016, we performed Clark Gesner's musical comedy, "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" (based on the comic strip "Peanuts" by Charles M. Schulz) and 2017 will feature Agatha Christie's murder mystery, "The Mousetrap". Come express yourself through drama and learn how to become a stronger communicator on stage as you work with our talented faculty and others in the community. It's sure to be a lot of work and even more fun!

Please contact our Instructor in Theatre for more details.