MONTICELLO - Nesin Cultural Arts (NCA) has announced that registration is now open for classes running from September 20th through December. NCA programs will be operating on-site following Covid …
MONTICELLO - Nesin Cultural Arts (NCA) has announced that registration is now open for classes running from September 20th through December. NCA programs will be operating on-site following Covid safety protocols, but virtual options are available by request to ensure the safety of families and artists. NCA provides professional and affordable arts programs for students of all ages.
Courses include: Young Children’s Chorus for grades Pre-K - 1, presented by Emily McConnell and Amy Phillips. Treble Makers Chorus for grades 2-5 presented by Emily McConnell and Amy Phillips with accompanist Jeff Yeung. NCA Chorale for grades 6-12 presented by Amy Phillips with accompanist Jeff Yeung. Honors Chorus for ages 8-18 presented by Amy Phillips. Students must audition to be accepted into Honors Chorus. Dance Programs run by Taylor Lamerand include: First Steps for Pre-K - 1, Tiny Dancers for grades 2-5, Ballet I/Jazz I for grades 6-12, Demi Pointe/Pointe and NCA Dance Company for ages 8-18. Students must audition to be accepted into Dance Company. The NCA Theatre Program is presented by Alexis Costa: Play Production Practicum for grades 4-12. The Visual Arts Programs are presented by Laurie Kilgore: Children’s Art & Crafts for grades K-5 and Drawing, Painting, and Mixed Media for grades 6 and up.
To register or inquire about any NCA Chorus, Dance, Theatre, or Visual Art classes contact email@example.com.
SCCO Educates - Aspiring Young Musicians (AYM): Private lessons and ensembles, (AYM Orchestra included). AYM Orchestra: Open to all, enrollment in AYM private lessons is not required. Tuition is based on sliding scale. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
NCA Classes (Chorus, Dance, Theatre, Visual Arts, and AYM Orchestra) are $90 per class per semester. Discounts are available when you register for multiple classes. For scholarship information contact: email@example.com.
Funding for NCA programs is provided by: The New York State Council on the Arts with support from Governor Kathleen Courtney Hochul, Episcopal Charities, Saint John’s Episcopal Church, New York Life, Laura Jane Musser Fund, Sullivan County Government, Stewart’s Shops, M&T Bank and the Associated Chamber Music Players.