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  • Admissions Process | Buffalo Arts Academy - BAVPA

    Top of Page L'application Audition est temporairement indisponible. Cliquez ici pour être alerté quand il est disponible. (mis à jour le 21/12) Le processus d'audition pour l'entrée dans l'année scolaire 2021-2022 sera ajusté en raison de problèmes de sécurité liés au COVID-19. Nous nous engageons à fournir un processus équitable et sûr. Le processus ajusté permettra aux étudiants de soumettre leur audition en ligne. Les candidats ne viendront pas à la Buffalo Academy for Visual & Performing Arts pour leur audition. L'audition sera une version modifiée de notre processus régulier. Remplissez le formulaire ci-dessus pour être averti lorsque les exigences d'audition et le portail d'application sont ouverts. Contactez le coordinateur des auditions, M. Don Jones pour plus d'informations., téléphone 716-816-4220 ext. 1128 APPLIQUER AU BAVPA Choisissez le département auquel vous postulerez (voir ci-dessous) Remplissez le formulaire de placement de district du BPS (bientôt disponible) Rubrique Scoring: Audition 70%, Bilan 25%, Formulaire de recommandation 5% Cliquez sur les liens du département ci-dessous pour en savoir plus sur la façon de postuler. Click On the Department Links below to learn more about the Arts' Departments

  • 12 ANGRY MEN | buffaloartsacademy

    12 ANGRY MEN by Reginald Rose Tickets are on Sale NOW Black Box Theatre 450 Masten Ave. Buffalo, NY 14209 Call 816-4220, ext. 1108 to purchase your tickets School Matinee: Monday, March 28th, 2022 @ 9:50 am Evening & Matinee Performances: Friday, March 25th, 2022 @ 7:00 pm Saturday, March 26th, 2022 @ 2:00 pm Tuesday, March 29th, 2022 @ 7:00 pm

  • Media Communication | Buffalo Arts Academy - BAVPA


  • FAQ | buffaloartsacademy

    FAQ Q: When are auditions usually held? A: Auditions usually take place during the months of October and November. Please see your school counselor or visit our website for more information. Check our Admissions page. Q: Has anyone famous ever graduated from BAVPA? A: We are proud to claim many very successful alumnae, including Jessie L. Martin (Law & Order, RENT), Ani DiFranco (recording artist, founder of Righteous Babe Record label and "Babeville"), Claudine Ewing (WGRZ-TV), Pete Gallivan (WGRZ-TV), Stefan Mychajliw (former TV reporter for WGRZ/WKBW, former Public Relations Officer for BPS), Ramona Thomas-Reynolds (Principal of MLK Multicultural Institute), Jody Covington (Principal at Arts Academy), Carmen Intorre (percussionist/drummer, graduate of Juilliard School of Music), George Davis (current music teacher at Arts Academy), Nicole Jones (current dance teacher at Arts Academy), and many more. Q: Do you offer accelerated courses? A: Yes. Students invited for participation in our accelerated program take advanced studies beginning in grade 7. During 8th grade, accelerated students take honors level courses including Integrated Algebra and Living Environment. Visit our Guidance Page for more information . Learn More About Our Arts & Academics ​ School Type: Criteria-based Grades: 5-12 Board District: Central Principal: Jody Covington Uniforms: None School Population: 724 2012 Scholarships: $1,669,588(Dollar Amount) NYS School Report Card: 2018-2019

  • OPEN HOUSE | buffaloartsacademy

    ARTS ACADEMY OPEN HOUSE The dual mission of the Arts Academy is to provide each student with professional preparation in a pre-conservatory arts education program and college preparatory academic education. You can find information about our academic program on our Middle School and High School pages. Stay up-to-date on the news from our school and what our students are producing by visiting the newly created Arts on the Wire student forum. ​ The Arts Academy offers Dance (Ballet and Modern Dance Programs), Drama, Instrumental Music, Visual Arts, Media Communication, Technical Theatre, and Vocal Music. Students may audition for as many programs as they feel qualified for. You can find information about auditioning on the Admissions Process page. Enjoy a virtual tour of the Arts Academy Program Offerings VISIT OUR ARTS DEPARTMENTS

  • **Maintenance** | buffaloartsacademy

    PS 192 Arts Academy Buffalo Academy for Visual and Performing Arts Site update in progress 450 Masten Ave., Buffalo 14209 • Grades: 5-12 • Hours: 7:50-2:30 • Principal: Jody Covington • 716.816.4220 • Fax: 716.888.7136 "Excellence in the Arts and Academics"

  • Chicago the Musical | buffaloartsacademy

    Chicago the Musical will be presented on the Main Stage at the Buffalo Arts Academy. March 20 at 9:50 am March 22 & 23 at 7:00pm March 24 at 2:00pm CHICAGO is being considered for a Kenny Award! Director: Scott Borish Music Director: Karen Saxon Pitt Orchestra Director: Timothy Buckley Costume Coordinator: Nicole Jones Vocal Coach: George Davis This special high school edition of Chicago will take you on a journey that is inspiring and feeling even more timely now then when it was written about the female driven double murderess' romp through the corrupt prison and court systems of the 1920s. The students are drawn to the intelligent, witty and devilish songs about press manipulation, betrayal and selfishness as they face the real world of fake news and propaganda. ​ Synopsis: In roaring twenties Chicago, chorine Roxie Hart murders a faithless lover and convinces her hapless husband Amos to take the rap...until he finds out he's been duped and turns on Roxie. Convicted and sent to death row, Roxie and another "Merry Murderess" Velma Kelly, vie for the spotlight and the headlines, ultimately joining forces in search of the "American Dream": fame, fortune and acquittal. This sharp edged satire features a dazzling score that sparked immortal staging by Bob Fosse. Book by Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse Music by John Kander Lyrics by Fred Ebb Based on the play by Maurine Dallas Watkins Script adaptation by David Thompson SNEAK PEEK VIDEO Rehearsals of Chicago the Musical. "I think theatre allows us to reflect on what is going in the world, and with this show we can have fun poking at the sins we accept in our society" - Corinne McLoughlin, senior, who plays Roxie Hart. "The essence of this production is the student's work. As a director, I like to conceptualize the show and give the students direction to realize it. This is mostly a student created production with choreography, art design, and set building all produced by the students. I'm proud and inspired how the students took the reigns." - Scott Borish, Director and Theatre Professor at the Arts Academy.