Welcome to Calhoun County Center for the Arts
Suppliant Street Serenade Tickets
Calhoun County Center for the Arts’ September musical, Suppliant Street Serenade, will be held Thursday, September 11 through September 14, 2014. Suppliant Street Serenade, an original musical written and composed by Jacksonville native, Eric Wayne Key. The piece was written between 1997 and 2002 in San Francisco, California. Key spent hours interviewing over one-hundred homeless individuals who lived in the Mission, Tenderloin and Castro Districts. The play takes a poignant look at one night in the lives of five men who have -- in one way or another -- opted to live on the streets. Sometimes comic and sometimes tragic, the lives of the men portrayed in this ensemble production are quite fascinating and enduring.
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We are pleased to announce that we have a new home at Buckner Event Plaza located in Fort McClellan in Anniston. Our classes will be held in the lower level.
You may REGISTER online.
We are excited about the classes we have to offer and cannot wait to see you all there!
Calhoun County Center for the Arts is a non-profit dedicated to providing quality arts instruction to people who might otherwise never learn to sing, play an instrument or perform before an audience. In an environment that honors achievement, creativity and personal growth, Calhoun County Center for the Arts nurtures the aspirations of all students, regardless of their artistic ability or economic circumstances, while inspiring a lifelong love of the arts, no matter their eventual career path.
See excerpts from our May 2014 recital at our new home, Buckner Plaza.
If you are interested in signing your child up for classes, please register to let us know you are interested in our classes or to reserve a spot for your child. You will receive a follow-up call as soon as possible to discuss possible options and availability. View our class schedule.
We look forward to working with you and your children in a fun and creative environment!
Calhoun County Center for the Arts was founded in October of 2011 by those who believe that music, arts and movement can provide hope and inspiration to the residents of Calhoun County, Alabama.
Calhoun County Center for the Arts offers weekly after-school music instruction (group) in guitar, dance, movement and performance activities. The Center will present recitals and performances by students at the end of each semester.
Calhoun County Center for the Arts is much more than an educational institution. It is a true community in which students find a welcoming second home, learn to work in harmony, and form close, lasting friendships.