The King’s Academy will host the grand opening of its new, state-of-the-art Page Family Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, Aug 26 from 2 to 7 p.m.
TKA’s Conservatory of the Arts is thrilled to finally be able to officially open the Page Family Center for the Performing Arts to the public with a spectacle performance.
Also, some of the conservatory’s most prestigious alumni will be returning to TKA to perform along with current fine arts students at the grand opening.
TKA alumni participating include DJ Carter (2003), assistant director for ABC’s The Middle; Tess Soltau (2005), Broadway performer (Glinda in Wicked); Kelley McGillicuddy (2010), Disney performer (Belle in Hollywood Studios’ Beauty and the Beast); Nathaniel Adams (2004), music educator; Jose Kropp (2014), violin prodigy and film composer; and Angela Windsor (2008), studio musician and music educator in Haiti.
TKA will also be honoring past and present conservatory faculty that have helped pave the way to see this brand-new center for performing arts come to fruition. Each performance will be an hour in length and filled with incredible music and alumni highlights. There will be a behind-the-scenes tour of the facility for families and patrons following each performance.
Admission is free of charge through the school’s web site. Visit www.tkafinearts.net for more info.