As of August 8, 2021 - For the Flint School of Performing Arts

Effective immediately, all who enter the J. Dallas Dort Music Center (Flint Institute of Music) are required to wear a mask. This includes FSPA students, families, faculty, and staff.   Students will also be required to use bell covers on all wind and brass instruments.  Bell covers are being ordered and will be available in the FSPA Office soon. This mandate is only for the J. Dallas Dort Music Center and does not affect the current protocols within the James H. Whiting Auditorium, the Capitol Theatre, or the Flint Repertory Theatre. 

These protocols will change as needed, depending on the progress of the pandemic. The Flint School of Performing Arts is committed to providing music, dance and theatre programs for all ages and skill levels in the safest environment possible.

 

As of July 28, 2021 - For the Flint School of Performing Arts

The Flint School of Performing Arts is planning for in-person lessons, classes, ensembles and performances for the 2021-2022 school year. State-of-the-art Dynamic air cleaners have been installed throughout all of the Flint Institute of Music buildings. Mask wearing and social distancing is encouraged for all faculty, staff, students and their families especially those that are unable to receive the vaccination.  Masks and sanitizer are available in multiple locations. Class enrollment limits are in place and classes are scheduled in the largest spaces wherever possible.

These protocols will change as needed, depending on the progress of the pandemic. The Flint School of Performing Arts is committed to providing music, dance and theatre programs for all ages and skill levels in the safest environment possible.