The Nutcracker

The Nutcracker

December 3 & 4

Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker has been a family holiday tradition for more.



December 9 & 10, 2022, 7pm & 10pm

When the magical clock that keeps all the fairytales on track suddenly breaks down, it's up to Janice, the clock's guardian, and Morton, her loyal friend, to get it back on track before disaster strikes and the stories go off the rails for good. 

Ensemble Concerts

Ensemble Concerts

Dates and times vary

- Flint Youth Symphony Orchestra with Clarkston High School Orchestra
- Flint Youth String Orchestra and Flint Youth Philharmonia
- Flint Youth Wind Ensemble

Free admission

Funds for Student Needs

Tuition assistance supports FSPA lessons, classes, ensembles, and camps. Applications are accepted at any time.

Fund for Student Needs provides additional support beyond tuition assistance to ensure students' continued success in their studies and performances.

Seeing Stars!

The Flint School of Performing Arts is home to over 3,500 students from 15 different counties in Michigan. With support from generous donors like you, we can ensure that all dreams of participating in music, dance and theatre are realized regardless of a family's ability to pay through our tuition assistance program.

Watch the Full Video

Through the Alliance for Black Orchestral Percussionists, FSPA students, faculty, and friends enjoyed a great virtual master class with Los Angeles Philharmonic Principal Percussionist (retired) Raynor Carroll.

Thank you Genesee County!

Arts Education and Cultural Enrichment Millage passes.