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Providing the highest level of fine and performing arts education, since 1974

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THE MOMENTUM SERIES

The students of the Creative Writing Studio are proud to present, "The Momentum Series," featuring Dr. Geffrey Davis. The Momentum Series is designed to bring diverse literary voices to the Greenville Community. On, Monday, September 14 from 7-9 p.m., M. Judson Bookstore (130 S. Main St., Greenville) will host Dr. Davis. Please click on the following link to learn more about him - https://www.geffreydavis.com/about.html.


Please join us for this wonderful event, and please spread the word to your Greenville neighbors!

STUDENT SPOTLIGHTS

Sophomore Percussionist Preston Spisak has been accepted into the Julliard Summer Percussion Seminar! This program is housed at the historic Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City and features the best high school percussionists from across the country. Preston will be participating in two weeks of performances, master classes, lectures, and rehearsals, and will receive instruction from the world's most prominent percussion instructors.


Way to go, Preston!

Ami-Faith Sherer (Grade 12, Voice Studio) has been awarded the 2020 Spring Sing Scholarship! She will receive a $1,500 scholarship and will be a featured performer at the 2020 Spring Sing. Tickets are available at the following website - https://www.peacecenter.org/events/detail/spring-sing-2.

Please take a moment to click on the following link to view the amazing work of our Creative Writing Students - the latest issue of Crashtest magazine - https://crashtestmag.com/. Click on "Issues" from the menu on the page, and then select the latest volume: Volume 9, Issue 2.

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR VOICE STUDIO!

Last weekend, students from the FAC Voice Studio competed in the SCNATS Classical Competition. We are so proud of all of the students who auditioned - the process is extremely important to musical and personal growth.


The following 11 students earned high scores which qualified them for the Mid-Atlantic Regional Competition:

Kelsie Barrineau

Jacob Bishop-Pirrone

Andrew Cooter

Nalla Fisher

Aaron Forster

Hayley Glenn

Ashtyn Hammond (room winner)

Lexi Howard

Virginia Kate Kirby

Mia Nitsche

Hannah Ramsey


The FAC will have 20 auditions at Regionals this year, including our winners from the Musical Theater category. Congratulations to our students and the Voice Studio Faculty - Instructor Danielle Knox and Accompanist, Sherry Parrini.

Scholastic VIsual Arts Winners

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Architecture Student Show

Feb. 13 - April 8


The Fine Arts Center Jazz All Stars Concert Series is generously underwritten By Etca Ramsaur, parent of professional musician

and Fine Arts Center alumnus Austin White

The Next Generation of Jazz Artists

After a wildly successful first season, the Peace Center is proud to announce the return of the Fine Arts Center Jazz All Stars Concert Series.

Once again, the Fine Arts Center and the Peace Center’s Community Impact program are teaming up to give up-and-coming young artists the opportunity to showcase their skills and perform in a professional setting. Featuring students from the jazz studies department, along with Jazz Studies Instructor Steve Watson, these concerts give you the opportunity to see local rising stars.


Jazz and Beyond

Wednesday, April 22, 2020 • 7 pm • $20

Be entertained with a set list drawn from the most current jazz, fusion, and vocal artists, including Snarky Puppy, Ben Williams, Woo Park, and more.

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102 Pine Knoll Drive

Greenville, SC 29609

Telephone: (864) 355-2550

Fax: (864) 355-2579

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