Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts Events, Performances & Special Dates
Throughout the year MCA host a variety of performances, educational programs, art exhibits and events throughout the community.
Check this listing often so you don’t miss out on all of the amazing opportunities to immerse yourself and your family in the arts. From jazz music to ballet we have something for everyone! If you are looking for a group to perform or be a part of your event please contact Managing Director, Jamie Schwaba at email@example.com.
We are excited to announce that we will be holding auditions on Saturday, September 11, 2021 for Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts Dance Repertory Company Theatre’s Dances from the Nutcracker, this will be a more COVID friendly and flexible version of the Nutcracker featuring your favorite characters from the Nutcracker. Dancers aged 6 and up is invited to audition. There is no fee to audition, but dancers who are cast should be enrolled in one dance class this fall session, will be required to pay a cast fee that help cover choreography instruction and costume fees, additionally families will be asked to complete volunteer duties or pay an opt out fee.
We will be holding a Friends of MCA meeting (MCA’s volunteer advisory board) on August 17, 6:30pm at MCA, additionally, we will have an online option to join us through the Zoom link below if you are out of the area or not comfortable meeting in-person. We will follow MCA’s COVID protocol for the meeting, which currently requires everyone to be masked regardless of vaccination status.
Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts (MCA) invites you to join us on Saturday, August, 14 at 6:00 pm on our Facebook Page or You Tube Channel as we premiere our fifth virtual Music Division Concert. The concert will feature instrumentalists and vocalists of all ages and experience levels who participate in private music lessons. The first part of the concert is a re-broadcast of the in-person concert that took place in MCA’s Academy Theatre on August 6, 2021 and the following pieces are virtual student submissions from those who were unable to join us in-person.