“What we have once enjoyed we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes a part of us.”
What I think she meant is that nothing you truly care for or love can be taken from you spiritually. Even if the obstacles in your life are difficult, your passion will forever thrive.
ACAM is a place where I learn different types of arts – music, theatre, and dance. This is a wonderful place where the teachers share their talent. I am really grateful to ACAM because I don’t pay anything and I have two brothers that also study at ACAM. For my family to pay for all of us would be very difficult.
ACAM is a place where I confirmed my love for dance.
Dance makes me feel safe and happy and is something I can’t get bored with. The teachers are really friendly and aren’t scared to push us to our full potential. ACAM supports you to try your best and pushes you to be able to want to do better even if it’s not for dance. It helped me strengthen my passion for music, theatre and dance.
Zoe, 15, baile folklórico, cello, violin
Message From Our Director
To finish the year, music students will play for juries. Students have the opportunity to adjudicate their fellow students on the same criteria they are judged thus putting their critical thinking skills to work.
The fall session will close with three showcase concerts: December 7 at 5 p.m. beginning Monday – Wednesday classes of guitar, drums, and recorder will perform; December 8 at 5 p.m. beginning Tuesday-Thursday classes will perform; and advanced classes, orchestra, and ensemble will perform for the final Showcase Concert at 6:30 p.m. Friday December 9.
Almost all classes are in person. Dance classes are at Margolis of Hope Street Family Center and music and theatre classes are at Angelica Lutheran Church.
Holiday vacation will be from December 10 – January 17.