A few weeks ago, I went to a concert for the Mater performing arts & entertainment academy. It was their first performance since the concert was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. I saw a lot of people who are still in quarantine, and I was so thankful to be able to show up and see a lot of the artists who I know personally.
I’m so glad I went to a concert, because I loved seeing this group of artists perform. The talent and the energy they put into their music was incredible to see. I’m so glad I went to the concert and I hope a lot of people do too.
I went to the Arts amp Entertainment Academy, a school that offers a performance arts program for students ages 9-21. They perform primarily in musical theater, modern dance, jazz, and pop music.
Im not sure if the academy performs at all. I did see a video made by the academy that seems to describe some of the classes they offer. However, the academy website is currently down so I cannot access it. A Facebook page for the academy is up and running.
I think the academy’s director, Dan Mertz, and his executive producer, Tony Lira, may have something to do with the fact that this is the school where I went. A person who was a teacher, student, and performer at the academy may want to try to find a teacher or student in their area, or maybe a professional musician or dancer, if they’re interested in taking classes with the academy.
The academy is not actually a formal school of arts and entertainment, as it is not accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, but rather is a private school that offers its students an array of programs and classes in the arts and entertainment fields. It does operate on a foundation of arts, music, and theatre as well as other arts-related programs. The school also offers classes for students of all ages.
In the past, the academy has been known to hold classes for children of a variety of ages, from babies to teens. Most of the classes are offered in the evenings. In the past, the academy also offered a wide range of music classes for students in their teens and up.
There are also a number of classes that are offered by the academy on a full-time basis. They range from dance classes to voice classes to dance and piano classes. For students who want to get into the arts scene, the academy also offers classes in film, music, writing, and painting.
We think that the music classes are great for students who want to learn the basics of music. The classes taught by the academy are all centered around the “Music of the Spheres” or, as it’s also known, the “Music of the Universe.” The most famous of these classes is the “Musica Universalis” offered by the academy. It’s a series of classes taught by a great professor that focuses on music from the “Spheres.
The academy offers the Musica Universalis course twice a year. During the first semester students are required to complete a basic course on how music from the Spheres works. During the second semester students are required to complete a second course on how music from the Spheres should be interpreted. The third semester students are required to complete a third course on how music from the Spheres should be composed and performed. The course is taught by Professor Dr. Martin B.