Performing Arts Classes in Cambridge

Cambridge Center Music Classes Cambridge Center Dance Classes Cambridge Center Theater Classes




Music Classes 

At the Cambridge Center, you can learn a new instrument, learn the basics of music theory, and study various topics of music from folk songs to opera with talented and active musicians from the Boston and Cambridge area.  For group instrumental studies we offer classes in violin, cello, double bass, guitar, piano, and voice. Whether you are interested in learning how to sing or play the piano take your first music lessons at CCAE. Some of our notable instructors include Susan Allen (opera singer), Lucia Del Guerzo (pianist), Cynthia Forbes (cellist), and John Tyson (recorder). 

CCAE also has a variety of music appreciation classes, topics include the music of Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Schubert, and Stravinsky to the Beatles and Bob Dylan. 


Dance Classes 

CCAE has a variety of classes to get you moving and shaking! Our dance classes offer a great opportunity to become active and join a welcoming community. From ballet to salsa, we offer both daytime and evening classes. So, take a break in the middle of the day and join Lunchtime Ballet with Susan Alt or learn how to swing your hips and salsa in the evening after work! Classes are held in CCAE's Roberts Dance Studio. For our dance classes, please bring comfortable clothes and shoes that you can move in. 


Theater & Acting Classes

Let CCAE be your first step before you get on stage or on screen.  Take an acting class with engaging instructors who are active in the acting and theater world in the Boston area and beyond.  CCAE offers acting classes for all levels from beginner to advanced.  Additionally, we offer specialty classes in improvisational comedy, Shakespeare, and Broadway Musicals. Notable instructors include Cambridge theater figures Stan Edelson and Peter Littlefield and film & TV actor Dewayne Nelson.


Performing Arts Class Calendar

Classes listed show start date & time only. Most classes are recurring.