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Private Lesson Instructors

Private Lessons 
Updated 1/11/2017
Lessons are offered through private teachers.  Fees are paid to the teacher.

 
Art:                 
Southern Heartland      
770-788-8789
www.southerheartlandart.com
WildArt
770-385-1880
www.thewildart.com
 
Banjo:             
David Leinweber
770-784-0997
 
Bass:              
David Leinweber
770-784-0997

McKibben Music
770-784-9101
http://mckibbenmusic.com
 
Clarinet:
Savage Music Studio
706-202-6493
Cjsavage78@gmail.com
 
Drums:
McKibben Music
770-784-9101
http://mckibbenmusic.com
 
Guitar:                       
David Leinweber
770-784-0997

McKibben Music
770-784-9101
http://mckibbenmusic.com
 
Piano:             
Eva Bone
770-403-9365

David Leinweber
770-784-0997

Mark Fiddie
770-316-1402

Rick Bazemore
770-787-4890

McKibben Music
770-784-9101
http://mckibbenmusic.com
 
Piano Accompanists:
Harriett Jordan
770-786-8923
 
Piano Tech:    
Rick Bazemore
770-787-4890
(Piano Technicians Guild, Registered)

McKibben Music
770-784-9101
http://mckibbenmusic.com
 
Trumpet:
Savage Music Studio
706-202-6493
Cjsavage78@gmail.com
 
Voice:             
Ric Chiapetta               
770-761-6990

Theresa Hamm Smith
678-413-9050

McKibben Music
770-784-9101
http://mckibbenmusic.com
 
 

 

Covington Regional Ballet School

Register Today!

Do you have a child or granchild interested in dance?  What about adults interested in adult ballet classes or BarreFitness?  Covington Regional Ballet has a wide variety of classes for all all ages!  Visit their website at CovingtonRegionalBallet.com for more information.

Civic Center Progress Photos

We're excited to show you the progress on the renovations to Porter Auditorium! The crew is hard at work, specifically laying the foundation for the expansion of the backstage area.

The Carroll Daniel Construction crew is hard at work tearing up the current parking lot to expand the backstage area of the theatre!

The inside of the theatre is being gutted and prepared for new acoustical ceiling clouds and battens.

The former classrooms/bathrooms have been cleared out to make way for the new lobby and concession area.

Recognition from the GA House of Representatives!

On Friday, January 15, the Arts Association was recognized by the Georgia House of Representatives with a resolution presented by Representative Dave Belton, a passionate advocate for our programs and for arts education. Speaking on behalf of the Arts Association was Molly Cady, Covington Regional Ballet dancer, Governor’s Honors participant in dance and Academy for Liberal Arts at Newton High student, and Alexander Lowe, Oxford Youth Singer and Actor and student at the Newton College and Career Academy’s STEM program.

LISTEN TO THEIR BRIEF SPEECHES TO SEE YOUR IMPACT IN THEIR LIVES!

Day 5: Invitation Resolution, Newton County Arts Association

Posted by Georgia House on Friday, January 15, 2016

Sponsorship umbrellas for renovations!

Construction meetings have begun for the renovations of Porter Auditorium!

Since the renovation is happening during the school year, students will need umbrellas when walking from the Newton College and Career Academy to the STEM Academy. We seeking umbrellas to borrow for the duration of construction. Email jatkins@newtoncountyarts.org if you are interested in this great advertising opportunity!

This is an exciting step to keeping the arts alive in our community!