2021-22 Student Matinees and Master Classes

            2020-21 Professional Development         

                        Teacher Resources                         

The Younes and Soraya Nazarian Center for the Performing Arts' Arts Education program exists to engage, enlighten, and educate the students of the San Fernando Valley. The world-class programming offered at The Soraya will provide a unique opportunity for students to experience multiple performing arts disciplines in state-of-the-art venues by performers of cultures from around the globe.  Beyond the performances, the Arts Education program’s purpose is to positively impact K-12 student learning outcomes across all discipline areas.  As such, all arts education program offerings at The Soraya are directly aligned with the California Core Content Standards as well as the California Visual and Performing Arts Standards.
The Soraya Arts Education program also offers Professional Development opportunities for K-12 teachers and administrators; creates and makes available exemplary models of integrative arts pedagogy and curriculum for schools; and provides arts education resources for K-12 teachers via the Internet, in print, and in person.  These “in-person” visits include pre- and post-performance workshops to foster active learning and expand the educational possibilities of the student matinee programming.
By collaborating with local schools to align The Soraya Student Matinee Series programming to a standards-based, cross-curriculum, and student-focused experience, The Soraya will provide the students of the San Fernando Valley with an arts education that will inspire the next generation of artists, patrons, and advocates.

To be added to our brochure mailing list or if you have questions, you can email Dr. Anthony Cantrell at anthony.cantrell@csun.edu  or call at (818) 677-8847.