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Please note that many programs and events have been cancelled or rescheduled. We are working to ensure that all information on our site is up to date. Please contact us at info@artsoberlin.org with any specific questions.

Please note that many programs and events have been cancelled or rescheduled. We are working to ensure that all information on our site is up to date. Please contact us at info@artsoberlin.org with any specific questions.

Please note that many programs and events have been cancelled or rescheduled. We are working to ensure that all information on our site is up to date. Please contact us at info@artsoberlin.org with any specific questions.

Please note that many programs and events have been cancelled or rescheduled. We are working to ensure that all information on our site is up to date. Please contact us at info@artsoberlin.org with any specific questions.

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May

The Civic Orchestra is excited to return to the Hoke Theatre stage for the first time in over a year. Plan to join us for an evening of socially distanced classical music. Please check back for more details including ticketing...

Join North Pointe Ballet professional dancers, A Chance to Dance performers, and Dance and Diversity program participants for our second outdoor performance at Lakeview Park, seated next to beautiful Lake Erie. This show will be a one-hour version of Tchaikovsky’s...

Join Civil War historian and author Gene Schmiel as he highlights a variety of people, famous and unsung, black and white, Union and Confederate, and who influenced the outcome and aftermath of the conflict. Schmiel has written several books related...

June

The 1970s saw a dramatic shift in styles, technologies, and consumption of popular music. The rock industry coalesced while genres splintered, pushing listeners into marketable boxes. In this course, students will uncover the layers of political, social, and cultural shifts...

This online course offers the opportunity to hone your skills in the basics of general music teaching practices, based on psychological and pedagogical research and the facilitators’ years of teaching experience. These ideas are applicable to all music teaching settings,...

WHEN: June 14- July 2 9:00-12:30 MON-FRIDAY WHERE: Spring Street Park, Oberlin. This is outdoors. If it rains we will meet on zoom for the day. WHO: 30 kids age 6-14. We are accepting 10 6-8 year olds, 10 9-11year...

MAD* stands for Music, Art, and Drama! June 14th-July 2nd, Monday-Friday, 9am-12:30pm. Accepting ages 6-14. Campers will participate in short plays, songs, theatre games, tie dye, water battle, and so much more! Register by May 15th for "early bird" pricing.

Making music with people around the world in real time is possible today, without the need for expensive equipment or software. We'll use cutting-edge programs that let us sing and play with each other from afar, and that open up...

This six-week online fundamentals course is designed to prepare students to excel in college-level Music Theory. The course consists of one weekly prerecorded lecture, one weekly live workshop with small groups, and structured self-study using uTheory.com. Students will develop fluency...

July

Whether you’re an advanced student looking to unlock your talent, a professional searching for a renewal of the joy of practicing, or a teacher seeking seasoned shortcuts to excellence, Slowik’s engaging and challenging approach—“teaching from the inside out”—will enlighten and...

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