Franklin School for the Performing Arts to present Spring Concert
The Franklin School for the Performing Arts (FSPA) will present its annual Spring Concert Performances on May 20 and 21 at the Franklin High School Auditorium. The annual performances showcase the work of FSPA’s dance, musical theater, voice, and instrumental music students. Featuring FSPA students of many ages and levels, Spring Concert is presented in an audience-friendly, 90-minute format.
Prospective students are invited to take advantage of an FSPA All Access Pass for a tour of the school, complimentary trial class, and free tickets to a Spring Concert performance. Spring Concert shows provide a dynamic way to experience what the school has to offer across many dance disciplines, voice, acting, instrumental music, and musical theater programming.
Spring Concert performances will be presented on Saturday, May 20 at 4 and 7 p.m. and on Sunday, May 21 at 1 and 4 p.m. at the Franklin High School Auditorium, 218 Oak St., Franklin.
Proudly serving more than 500 students annually from 45 communities in Massachusetts’ Metro West region, the Franklin School for the Performing Arts (FSPA) is committed to quality education in the arts with exceptional curriculum, outstanding professional faculty and unwavering dedication to each and every student enrolled. Founded in 1985 by Director Raye Lynn Mercer, FSPA is a unique place where students of all ages and levels of ability participate in an array of music, dance, and drama programs with professional instruction and extraordinary performing opportunities. With broad-based and varied curricula, FSPA guides students in the development of technique, creativity, and artistic expression to last a lifetime. FSPA’s faculty boasts outstanding professional artists, performers, and teachers. Their impressive credentials are indicative of the excellent instruction available in all programs. FSPA instructors strive to meet the individual needs of each student, working to develop each student’s abilities to his or her own potential.
Prospective students and families should call FSPA at (508) 528- 8668 or stop by 38 Main Street to reserve their complimentary tickets and schedule a trial class or tour of the facilities. Visit www.FSPAonline.com for more information.