We provide a broad range of programs that increase arts access for our community and offer many ways to engage with the performing arts.

These include free Artist Spotlight concert/discussion series at Mountain View’s Community School of Music and Arts, artist workshops at area schools and community organizations, campus talks with visiting artists, our Jazz Talks series at the Cantor Arts Center and other campus locations (presented in partnership with the National Jazz Museum in Harlem), pre- and post-performance talks with artists and scholars, and unique special events each season.

For more information about Student Matinees for K–12 students and professional development workshops for teachers, click here.

 

Call for Youth Performers Ages 10-14 to join Circus Project

We’re recruiting youth performers to join us for the Sep 30 and Oct 1, 2022 performances of Leviathan by Australian performance company Circa. Click here for more information.

 

Jazz Talks with Loren Schoenberg

Jazz Talks with jazz musician and scholar Loren Schoenberg of the National Jazz Museum in Harlem and are held at the Cantor Arts Center and other campus locations.

 

COMMUNITY PARTNERS

Community School of Music and Arts

Foundation for a College Education