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CalArts CAPs showcases young musical talent

Posted: April 15, 2008 5:16 p.m.
Updated: June 16, 2008 5:02 a.m.
A young audience member enjoys the music Sunday during CalArts Community Arts Partnership concert. A young audience member enjoys the music Sunday during CalArts Community Arts Partnership concert.
A young audience member enjoys the music Sunday during CalArts Community Arts Partnership concert.
Family and friends enjoyed refreshments and snacks during the vocal performance inside the CalArts main building. Family and friends enjoyed refreshments and snacks during the vocal performance inside the CalArts main building.
Family and friends enjoyed refreshments and snacks during the vocal performance inside the CalArts main building.
The vocal ensemble class under the direction of Katelyn Krause and Wendy Vazquez performs "What Is this Feeling" by Stephen Sondheim during the CAP showcase concert. The vocal ensemble class under the direction of Katelyn Krause and Wendy Vazquez performs "What Is this Feeling" by Stephen Sondheim during the CAP showcase concert.
The vocal ensemble class under the direction of Katelyn Krause and Wendy Vazquez performs "What Is this Feeling" by Stephen Sondheim during the CAP showcase concert.
Daniel Coro, 4, watches "Shojoholic," a video compilation of flowers, while listening to music produced by the CAP sound engineering class, which produced music using computers. Daniel Coro, 4, watches "Shojoholic," a video compilation of flowers, while listening to music produced by the CAP sound engineering class, which produced music using computers.
Daniel Coro, 4, watches "Shojoholic," a video compilation of flowers, while listening to music produced by the CAP sound engineering class, which produced music using computers.
Tempest Lyle performs "Little Bit of Something Different" by Gina Kodel on her bassoon during the instrumental portion of Sunday's CAP concert at CalArts, which showcased local youngsters' musical talent. Tempest Lyle performs "Little Bit of Something Different" by Gina Kodel on her bassoon during the instrumental portion of Sunday's CAP concert at CalArts, which showcased local youngsters' musical talent.
Tempest Lyle performs "Little Bit of Something Different" by Gina Kodel on her bassoon during the instrumental portion of Sunday's CAP concert at CalArts, which showcased local youngsters' musical talent.
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The Community Arts Partnership program, dubbed "CAP," links California Institute of the Arts with communities throughout Los Angeles County, offers free after-school and school-based arts programs for youth, such as Sunday's CAP concert at CalArts.

The program allows CalArts students the chance to teach under the mentorship of CalArts faculty.

The CAP classes have doubled their enrollment - some have even tripled - during the past year, CalArts officials said Sunday.

A CAP summer arts program is offered this year. Deadline for application is June 2.

For more information, visit http://cap.calarts.edu/cap.

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