Millington Performing Arts Academy

MPAA seeks to train the next generation of musicians and worshipers for the growth of God’s Kingdom.

We aim to inspire children to use their artistic talents to serve and glorify God.

Our Christ-centered approach allows children to experience the joy of music and dance while developing a lifelong passion for worship. The Millington Performing Arts Academy is an extension of the Worship Ministry at Millington FBC. We seek to train the next generation of teachers, musicians, and most of all worshippers through private instruction.

MPAA Summer Performing Arts Camp

The Millington Performing Arts Academy Summer Camp is a great way for students to remain musically active, try an instrument they’ve always wanted to play, and interact with students their own age at an affordable rate.

Classes: Group Guitar, Group Drum set, Group Piano, Group Voice, and Classical Ballet. 

  • When: July 22-27     (No class on Wednesday, July 24th)
  • Time: 4-6 p.m.
  • Registration opens May 5th, closes July 15th
  • Instrumental ages from 6-13, Ballet ages are 3-11. 

Instrumental Registration click here.

Classical Ballet Registration click here.

Ballet Class Times Each Day

  • Ages 3-5:  4:00-4:30 PM
  • Ages 6-7:  4:30-5:00 PM
  • Ages 8-11: 500-6:00 PM

MPAA Fall Semester

Important Dates: 

• Registration is open until August 4th. 

• Orientation: Sunday, August 11, 2024.

• First Day of Classes: Monday, August 12, 2024.

• Make Up Week #1: October 7-11       |     Make Up Week #2: November 11-15.

• Classical Ballet Dress Rehearsal: Friday, Nov. 15 at 5:00PM. Classical Ballet Dress Rehearsal: Sat. Nov. 16 at 6:00PM.

• Fall Instrumental Recitals: Saturday, Nov. 16 at 6:00PM.

Music Lessons

MPAA offers a variety of private music lessons taught by qualified and faithful teachers. MPAA is open weekly on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:00 PM – 7:00 PM.

Fall Semester classes begin on August 12th and conclude on November 16th. Students will receive 14 private lessons.

Lessons cover a wide variety of disciplines including guitar, piano, percussion, violin, cello, brass, voice, drum set, and woodwinds.

Tuition Information

Music Tuition (13 private lessons)

30 minutes – $400

60 minutes – $630

Suzuki Violin* – $525

Suzuki Cello* – $525

*Suzuki Violin and Cello includes 13 private lessons and 7 group lessons.

Enrollment at MPAA is a semester commitment and students have the option of paying in full at the beginning of the semester or registering for four monthly installments.

More details here.

Ballet Lessons

Dance, like music, is a beautiful expression of worship and self-expression. That’s why MPAA is proud to offer a Ballet Program, catering to a range of ages and skill levels.

From 3-year-old beginners to seasoned dancers aged 9 and above, our ballet classes provide an enriching and supportive environment for students to explore and refine their dance skills.

Class Information

Levels:

Primary A: 3-4 year olds

Primary B: 5-6 year olds

Primary C: 7-8 year olds

Ballet I: 9+y

 

Schedule:

Monday:

5:00 PM – 6:00 PM: Primary A Division I (3-4y)

6:00 PM – 7:00 PM: Primary C (7-8y)

Thursday:

4:00 PM – 5:00 PM: Primary A Division II (3-4y)

5:00 PM – 6:00 PM: Primary B (5-6y)

6:00 PM – 7:00 PM: Ballet 1 (9+y)

Tuition Information

Ballet Tuition (13 group lessons)

$300

Enrollment at MPAA is a semester commitment and students have the option of paying in full at the beginning of the semester or registering for four monthly installments.

More details here.

“MPAA is a great place to pick up that instrument you have always wanted to learn how to play.”

“MPAA is a great resource for students in the Millington, Tipton County, and other surrounding areas. If you or someone you know is interested in learning an instrument, look no further.”

“MPAA is Christ-centered, so you can learn to play an instrument and also use it to glorify the Lord.”

MPAA is more than a music and ballet school; it’s a place where children can grow in their love for God while exploring their creative talents.

Questions? Contact Davis Caperton, MPAA Director