Apple Tree Arts’ mission is to enrich our communities through the arts by providing high-quality performing arts education and experiences for all ages, identities, and abilities.

Here are some of the programs we offer

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Early
Childhood

Musikgarten music and movement classes for children from birth through age nine.

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Private
Lessons

One-on-one
instrumental and vocal
instruction for
children and adults.

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Group
Classes

Includes ensembles
and PianoPrep group
piano class for ages
six to nine.

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Theatre
Arts

Includes acting, singing, & dancing, plus creating sets, props, and costumes.

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Concerts
& Events

The Homegrown Concert Series, Claflin Hill Chamber Music Series, gala, & more.

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"I’m an adult looking to grow vocally and perform better. 
 Apple Tree Arts has helped me on that journey,”
Norman Hill, Community Chorus member

“The music program at Apple Tree Arts has given Matthew
a foundation to explore his creative side.
The teachers all encourage children to do what they enjoy and to express themselves.
Students often perform their own compositions
at recitals,” Elizabeth Torres

"My son loved the music makers class and I think it will be perfect for him.
He will be turning five soon and music makers
will be a great introduction and help prepare him for
the keyboard class," Christina Popsuj.

"I’m an adult looking to grow vocally and perform better. 
 Apple Tree Arts has helped me on that journey,”
Norman Hill, Community Chorus member

“Through the performing arts program and Jam Band,
we have met a lot of people. The parents of Jam Band musicians
look forward to getting together during the weekly
hour when the ensemble group meets.
Both the kids and the parents have
created a community,” Darlene Block

“Taking the music classes when my children were young really helped them
with their language skills because of the singing,
the imaginative exercises we did and the increasing repertoire they learned.
I think starting a music program at a young age is really important,"
Kristin Rainey

“She values him (Paul Surapine, saxophone teacher) as a
musician so it’s important for her to do well in the lesson. The balance between
learning and having fun is so important. Paul teaches her to be disciplined
with her music, take care of her instrument and be proud
to represent both Paul and Apple Tree Arts,” Lynn Drugan