Credit: Performing Arts Center of MetroWest
The Performing Arts Center (PAC) of MetroWest offers lessons, classes and programs for students of all ages and skill levels.
The PAC offers group music lessons and classes for children, teens and adults of all skill levels. Lessons are taught during two 17-week semesters during the school year and can be scheduled individually during summer months. Students are encouraged to participate in recitals at the end of each semester.
Available classes may include group guitar, choir, music theory, voice, or other opportunities. Check with PAC MetroWest for the most up to date offerings.
PAC MetroWest offers classes and productions in both musical theater and drama. Groups are based on grade and age. All participants are cast in a quality theatrical production, allowing students to learn acting techniques, character development, blocking, and singing. Students will also learn about costumes, props, lighting and sound production.
PAC offers ballet and tap classes for children, tap for adults, and dance therapy classes as well as individual lessons for children and teens with special needs.
A complete list of current music, theater, and dance classes can be found on the PAC Calendar.
Ongoing registration for private lessons is available throughout the year.
Need-based scholarships are available. Tuition and fees vary by the duration of the lesson, which are typically 30, 45, or 60 minutes.