1st jazz, 2nd ballet, 4th cooking classes in main street performing arts center.


Dear Main Street Performing Arts Center,

I am writing to express my interest in the first jazz music workshop, the second ballet class and the fourth cooking class.

I have been a member of the school choir for five years, singing both classical and contemporary music. I started piano lessons at age seven and have never looked back. I also play the trumpet and saxophone as part of my school’s jazz band.

As you can see from my resume, my skills are multi-faceted and include a variety of dance styles including ballet, modern and ballroom. I am highly experienced in all these forms of movement and have performed in many local dance productions.

I think it would be a great idea if we could set up a cooking class with regular sessions on Saturday afternoons. The kitchen is already equipped with everything we need to make some simple snacks like sandwiches, fruit smoothies and even pizza!

I hope this letter finds you well and look forward to hearing back from you regarding my application soon. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you require any further information or references. Meanwhile, I wish you all success with your upcoming events!

The Main Street Performing Arts Center is located at the corner of Main Street and Front Street in downtown Chicago. Our facility is fully accessible to the handicapped.

Our performance calendar features one jazz concert per month, two ballet performances per quarter, and four cooking classes per year.

I am pleased to announce that Main Street Performing Arts Center will be bringing Orchestra Iowa to Audubon for a performance of jazz and ballet on June 22.

In addition, we are excited to announce our new cooking classes beginning in July.

We look forward to seeing you soon at the Main Street Performing Arts Center!

The Main Street Performing Arts Center is a nonprofit organization located in downtown Boston. Founded in 1959, the Center offers instruction in a wide variety of performing arts to students ages 7 and older. The Center’s instructors are all highly trained professionals with extensive backgrounds in their fields.

Jazz:

For over twenty years, the Main Street Performing Arts Center has been offering jazz classes to Boston area residents. Our classes are open to students from ages 7 and up, and our teachers are all certified by the National Association of Jazz Educators. We offer classes at four skill levels: beginner, intermediate, advanced, and professional.

Ballet:

The Main Street Performing Arts Center offers ballet classes for students from ages seven through adult. Our professional instructors have decades of experience teaching dance to students of all levels, from beginning to pre-professional. All of our instructors were professionally trained at leading ballet schools and have performed with major companies around the world.

Cooking Classes:

Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced cook looking for new ideas, we have something for you! Our hands-on cooking classes are taught by some of Boston’s top chefs, who will answer your questions as they demonstrate techniques for preparing everything from appetizers to desserts.

The Main Street Performing Arts Center announced the following events.

Jazz at the Center. Friday, August 14, 8 p.m., $15.

Ballet at the Center. Friday, August 21, 8 p.m., $15.

Cooking Classes at the Center. August 29 and 30, 10 a.m.-noon, $100 for both classes.

On the first floor, Main Street Dance Company offers a robust schedule of classes including ballet, jazz and tap, as well as hip hop, acro and contemporary dance.

The second floor offers a full range of artistic offerings, from yoga to cooking classes to art lessons. The third floor is home to the Main Street Theatre Company.

The Main Street Performing Arts Center is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to promoting and presenting arts events and education programs. The MS-PAC is committed to providing opportunities for people of all ages to experience the arts.

Designed by Bob Thomason, the MS-PAC opened in 2002. It was funded through a joint effort between the City of Lynchburg and Liberty University. The venue seats over 500 people, and is located on Main Street in the historic Academy of Music Theatre Building.


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