Community Arts School ensembles, classes and private lessons. Often, students are provided reduced or discounted tuition. Current BW students can apply CAS tuition on their BW tuition account.
The Community Arts School offerings are also a great way for undergraduate students to gain valuable field experience and assist qualified faculty in leading programming. This opportunity for undergraduate students also deepens the learning experiences for community members as students often serve as an extension to faculty and can provide one-on-one assistance as needed. Students interested in engaging with the Community Arts School as an assistant should contact the office or call us at 440-826-2365.
University students seeking any degree can participate in private lessons (not for credit) through the Community Arts School. It is encouraged students take a sample lesson with a private lesson instructor before committing to the semester in order to ensure an appropriate match. BW students can apply the tuition for these private lessons back to their student tuition account if requested. Please contact us with your private lesson inquiry to be provided more information on our private lesson offerings, faculty availability and rates.
Students seeking to teach private lessons through the Community Arts School must meet certain qualifications and class requirements should contact Cory Isler, associate director, CAS, through our contact form.
The BW Community Arts School offers instrumental and vocal ensembles for students in grades 4 through retiree! Each ensemble fosters a unique, positive culture that supports individual growth while also teaching the skills and training needed contribute to the artistic development of the greater ensemble. The BW Men’s Chorus and BW Women’s Chorus are open to current college students. An audition is required for each.