Classes & Workshops
Master classes and workshops nurture performance skills and support future generations of artists, beginners to advanced, with opportunities to work side by side with today’s greatest artists.
Learn from the Masters! Emerging artists are given valuable access to world-class performers in the fields of music, dance, and musical theater. Master classes provide coaching and mentoring to assist young artists in reaching their artistic and professional goals.
Cultural master classes and workshops are free for ticket holders of the accompanying performances. Participants grow from personal feedback while observers gain a unique insight into the mind of a professional musician and the mastery necessary to achieve a high-quality performance.
Teen Music Ambassadors
The Peace Center Teen Music Ambassadors program engages outstanding high school students who are passionate about music in developing stronger performance and leadership skills. Led by Peace Center Artist-in-Residence and Avery Fisher Career Grant winner Igor Begelman, the program fosters the development of musical teamwork, performance practice, communication, and civic engagement through the arts. Students receive free tickets to attend performances, master classes with great artists, and career development workshops presented by the Peace Center.
Peace Studio: Broadway
Musical Theater Camp
Teens with a passion for singing, dancing, and acting can hone their skills at Peace Studio: Broadway. This robust summer camp brings together top musical theater educators to give aspiring performers a two-week crash course into the theater process, PLUS the opportunity to perform on stage!
Perfect your song through the Songwriters Workshop Series. Develop your voice through song over the course of four workshops led by Edwin McCain and Maia Sharp, and featuring renowned guest singer-songwriters.
The Songwriters Workshops are full for the 2019-2020 season.
Peace Voices Workshops
Peace Voices creates a vibrant community where individuals can capture and illuminate unique stories through workshops, readings, and live performances. Through these shared experiences, participants discover what Maya Angelou wrote… “We are more alike…/ than we are unalike.”
With poet-in-residence Glenis Redmond at the helm, attendees are encouraged to tell unique personal stories, have important conversations, and develop written and verbal skills. Peace Voices events are free to the community.