Columbus Music and Art Academy offers the award-winning Columbus International Children's Choir, art classes, music theory classes, and singing lessons for kids ages 4-18 from Greater Columbus, Ohio.
The academy is also the home of Central Ohio Singing Competition.
Our mission is to transform the lives of K-12 children in Central Ohio by providing exceptional music and art education that stands out for its quality and innovation, nurturing creativity, self-assurance, and a sense of belonging while instilling a deep, lasting love for the arts.
Our staff is a team of enthusiastic professionals who enjoy teaching children. Their expertise and dedication help us develop age-specific music and art programs for youth.
Columbus Music and Art Academy is a nonprofit organization. It was founded in 2003 by Tatiana Kats, the executive director of the academy and artistic director of the choir. The academy was awarded grants by the Columbus Foundation and the Greater Columbus Arts Council.
Our choir performed in The White House for the President and First Lady, Carnegie Hall, and won World Choir Games. Our art program received special expertise.com award for best drawing and painting teachers. Our music theory students participate in the Royal Conservatory Certificate Program by taking the music theory exam following the class. Some students take the AP music theory exam.
We invite each child who wants to learn music and art to join us! Take a tour through our website and see how your child can benefit from our programs.
Enrollment is throughout the year. All classes and choir rehearsals are held on Saturdays.