Fine Arts Acadamey
The Fine Arts Academy of St. Matthew Cumberland Presbyterian Church exists to honor and exalt Jesus Christ through the development of creative, artistic and teaching gifts in His people, so that they can be grateful for and better utilize those gifts in their worship of Him.
The mission of the Fine Arts Academy is to enhance the Creative Ministries within our church and other local churches through the teaching of courses in the Arts and other related areas. In addition, people from the outside community are introduced to St. Matthew and God's love through their involvement with the Fine Arts Academy.
We have highly qualified, degreed musicians teaching multiple instruments and voice for the Academy.
The Fine Arts Academy offers both Music Theory and Voice lessons, taught by Janet Ward.
The Fine Arts Academy offers the finest instruction in the following areas:
Violin, Viola, Cello, Bass, Percussion, Trumpet, French Horn, Trombone, Baritone, Tuba, Guitar, Bass Guitar, Piano, and Oboe
Performance Recitals are held twice a year. All students are invited to participate in the performance recitals. Recitals are a fun and rewarding way to see the accomplishments and progress of our students.
Family and friends are encouraged to attend these performances.
Prior to registration, please contact the respective instructor for openings and times.
Andrew Dolan (voice, pop piano, bass) 731-618-0750
Sheila Turner (classical piano) 817-294-4807
Janet Ward (classical piano) 817-295-2355
Charlene Smith (voice) 817-908-9516
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Over the past few years we have struggled with the most efficient way to receive registrations and fees for classes or courses. With so many different places to turn checks and forms in, we had a very difficult time compiling all the data and payments. We have found this is the most streamlined and trackable method of receiving information and that benefits the church and the family. If there is a reason you cannot pay online, come by the church and we will be happy to work together to make it happen.