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A New Non-Profit in St. Johns Cathedral Park Performing Arts Collective (CPPAC)

A New Non-Profit in St. Johns

Cathedral Park Performing Arts Collective (CPPAC)

Cristina Marino, Founder of Cathedral Park Music, has incorporated a new non-profit organization called Cathedral Park Performing Arts Collective (CPPAC). Beginning September 28th, Cathedral Park Music classes, ensembles, and workshops will be run by Cathedral Park Performing Arts Collective (CPPAC). Cristina will act as a board member and instructor for this community-based, non-profit organization.

Audrey Voon, Internship Coordinator and Co-Director of the Musical Theatre Workshop, is a partner in CPPAC and will lend her talents as a board member and instructor to this community-based, non-profit organization.

FAQs:

Will Cristina and Audrey teach the classes and workshops for Cathedral Park Performing Arts Collective (CPPAC)? 

Yes (see Fall 2015 classes above), along with Ali Crocker who is the instructor for our Acting program. 

Will Cathedral Park Music continue to operate? 

Yes, Cristina will still run Cathedral Park Music from its current location, but she will only offer private lessons (piano, voice, violin). Additionally, Audrey Voon will be joining Cathedral Park Music as an instructor!  Currently, they are both accepting students for piano, voice, and violin.

Where can we register for individual lessons? 

You can sign up for private lessons at Cathedral Park Music.

Will pricing for classes and workshops change? 

No, pricing will remain consistent with current rates.

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