Drama Kids International offers open enrollment classes and summer camps for students in Northwest Indiana.
The DAC Band Program is open to all students interested in learning about music through participation in a concert band.
The Hammond Academy for the Performing Arts (HAPA) is an institution of rigorous programs committed to artistic and academic excellence.
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The LCSO is a professional symphony featuring musicians from across the region, offering incredible opportunities for children and adults, including the Hoosier Star vocal competition.
The MCCMF brings world-class musicians to Northwest Indiana to perform in a festival every August (and occasionally throughout the year or in educational presentations for local students).
A unifying force for NWI communities, the Northwest Indiana Symphony is comprised of the Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra, the Northwest Indiana Symphony Youth Orchestra, the Northwest Indiana Symphony Chorus, and the Women’s Association.
The South Shore Orchestra is committed to bridging musicians, audiences, and communities in the south shore region and abroad to enjoy orchestral music.
The South Bend Symphony Orchestra began as a volunteer ensemble but now boasts 75 to 80 professional, fully contracted musicians; well-recognized as one of the best Midwestern orchestras.
WINDIANA is a renowned professional concert band from Northwest Indiana that designs concerts for audience enjoyment with a wide variety of music.
YPTC Inc. provides young people the opportunity to participate in theatre year round, in different age groups (YPTC & YPTC Jr).
For example, the Michigan City Chamber Music Festival has featured world-class musicians in concerts, children’s programs, and educational opportunities for over 15 years – all for free! Pictured to the right are Robert Auler (piano) and William King (clarinet) during a performance opportunity for Michigan City Area Schools’ children.
Make a contribution to ViVace Assai to help sponsor the MCCMF Musicians – at the festival or throughout the year, if possible – and continue the tradition of excellent educational performances and opportunities for students in the region. Help fund world-class musicians in the MCCMF so they keep coming back to our region!
Together, we can achieve more! If interested in sponsoring opportunities like this and MORE, click on the button below to take you to the VAi Direct Donation Page. If not, have a great day anyway!!!
Pictured below: Nicolas Orbovich; Celebrity Artist / Violinist, Founder of the Michigan City Chamber Music Festival