Arts for Enrichment

To support the presentation of professional arts performances, CES offers fun and educational programs for people of all ages. Arts for Enrichment programs vary from season to season and often include lectures, participatory workshops, school-day, and after-school programs, films, and masterclasses. From time to time community performers are given the chance to appear on stage alongside the artists.

Maryland Symphony OrchestraMaryland Symphony Orchestra
Music Workshop

Wednesday, Oct. 16 | 3 PM
Pealer Recital Hall
Pealer Performing Arts Center

Maryland Symphony Orchestra musicians lead a master class for music students in cello and flute. Community members are welcome to observe. Space is limited; reserve space at 301.687.3137 or ces@frostburg.edu.

 

Derek Brown Derek Brown
Music Workshop

Thursday, Oct. 24 | 2 PM
Pealer Recital Hall
Pealer Performing Arts Center

Beatbox saxophone innovator Derek Brown leads a master class for music students. Community members are welcome to observe. Space is limited; reserve space at 301.687.3137 or ces@frostburg.edu.

 

 

Elizabeth Schulze, Conductor of Maryland Symphony Orchestra Maryland Symphony Orchestra
Prélude with Elizabeth Schulze

Sunday, Nov. 17 | 2 PM
Pealer Recital Hall
Pealer Performing Arts Center

Before the Maryland Symphony Orchestra takes the stage with The American Symphony, musical director Elizabeth Schulze leads a lively discussion about the works to be performed.

 

Terry BarberVocal Master Class With
Terry Barber

Wednesday, Dec. 4 | 3 PM
Pealer Recital Hall
Pealer Performing Arts Center

Distinguished countertenor Terry Barber leads a master class for choral students. Community members are welcome to observe. Space is limited; reserve space at 301.687.3137  or ces@frostburg.edu .

 

Crys Matthews Crys Matthews
Sing Don’t Shout – An Alternative Approach

Thursday, Feb. 27 | 2 PM
Clatter Café
15 S. Broadway, Frostburg

When you are black, a woman, a lesbian, a preacher’s kid and in an interracial marriage in the South, difficult conversations abound. Singer-songwriter Crys Matthews shares what she’s learned during her life as “the poster child for intersectionality.”