Celebrating over a hundred years of service to the community, the Flint Institute of Music (FIM) is a multi-disciplinary performing arts organization that transforms people and community through the power of the performing arts. FIM offers a wide array of performances through its artistic division programs, the Flint Symphony Orchestra, and Flint Repertory Theatre, Whiting Presents, Capitol Concerts and Capitol Movies. In addition, the artistic division provides an extensive array of community educational and engagement opportunities. FIMs four performance venues situated on the Flint Cultural Center Campus - The Whiting Auditorium, Elgood Theatre, Bower Theatre, MacArthur Recital Hall, and the recently renovated, historic Capitol Theatre in downtown Flint, are host to its own productions, touring presentations from all over the world, student recitals and community rentals. FIM’s instructional division, the Flint School of Performing Arts, provides music, dance & theatre instruction, and performance opportunities for students of all ages and abilities. Together FIM programs reach more than 300,000 people annually through lessons, classes, outreach programs, performances, and concerts.
The history of the FIM began in 1917 with the founding of the Flint Community Music Association (FCMA) through the vision and generosity of automotive pioneer and philanthropist, J Dallas Dort. Influenced by Dort, FCMA was an early adopter of the concept of music as an integral aspect of community well-being. FIM remains the oldest example of community-planned music in the United States.
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