Constella Arts – Inspire! Virtual/Live Educational Performances and Workshops
Constella Arts’ innovative educational music performances and workshops focus on schools nationwide where art and music budgets have been cut. Most American students will graduate high school having never experienced live classical music, so for many, this is the first time they are exposed to live interactive performances and workshops. We have a variety of programs for Pre-K through High school students and can visit in person or virtually. Do you want to host our events and workshops at your school or a venue of your choice?
Exciting news about our partnership with CultureNet!
In partnership with CultureNet, our virtual performances of Constella For Kids and Not So Classical reached over 150,000 people. The CultureNet partnership also allowed us to reach thousands of students across the nation.
“Virtual assemblies” build from more than a decade of research and combine narrative-driven short films with live interaction for a pandemic-proof classroom guest experience. But here’s the twist…the live element features the very renowned artist that the students learned about through the short film, a programming choice that maximizes engagement by allowing students to learn about a person’s story and struggles before receiving the opportunity to ask them questions. Programming has been particularly appropriate during Black History Month, as pianist Michelle Cann spreads an inspirational message about breaking stereotypes in the traditional world of classical music. This “breaking stereotypes” virtual program is offered to both in-classroom students and those who are at home. “
Read more about it HERE
Coming soon in partnership with CultureNet, “Remote Renaissance” – A fun, new way to learn music essentials for ages 6 and up. Stay tuned for more details.
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