The Canadian College of Performing Arts offers quality training in a broad spectrum of skills which will prepare the students for careers in the performance arts locally, nationally or internationally. The College provides a stimulating, positive and constructive environment where students are encouraged to develop high standards of work ethics and conduct which will serve them in any field of endeavour in the future. Read more… Cliquez ici pour en savoir plus
So many compare a Canadian College of Performing Arts show to a night on Broadway. From smaller in house productions to grand performances with the Greater Victoria Symphony, CCPA provides our community with excitement, talent and passion! Check out our Smokin’ 17th Season lineup. Read more… Cliquez ici pour en savoir plus
Since 1989, the College has worked with young people from across the nation, who aspire to a successful and enduring career in the performing arts. However, it would not be possible without the support of our donors and sponsors. Help our students to become artists, teachers and community leaders. Read more… Cliquez ici pour en savoir plus
The Canadian College of Performing Arts (CCPA) is taking audiences back to the roots of rock and roll.
Smokey Joe’s Café, directed by the College’s Artistic Director, Darold Roles, the musical revue features the music of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller. Their songs helped to define the 1950s with classics like “Hound Dog”, “Love Potion #9”, “Jailhouse Rock” and “Yakity Yak”. “We’re creating a high-octane song and dance celebration as only we can,” says Roles.
From the Victoria Times Colonist:
Around Town: On with the Show!
Michael D. Reid, March 22, 2015
It was, to quote the Kiss Me Kate rouser, Another Openin’, Another Show for the Canadian College of Performing Arts-groomed stars of tomorrow.
The Canadian College of Performing Arts (CCPA) is set to launch its nation-wide tour to find Canada’s brightest young stars for the September 2015 season. Auditions held in 11 cities from coast to coast will select students hoping to join the growing list of successful graduates who can be seen on stage, screen and in recording studios around the world.
Students receive broad professional training which allows the opportunity to pursue diverse careers in the performing arts ranging from international singing, dancing and acting careers to Broadway casting directors and television producers.
Five new members joined the board of the Canadian Heritage Arts Society.
At its annual general meeting on Saturday, Sept. 20 new members Julie Sanderson, philanthropist and co-owner of The Island I.T.; Ian Troup, District VP, South Vancouver Island for TD Canada Trust; acclaimed Canadian actor-director Scott Hylands; Fay Melling, President, Senior Business Analyst, Project Manager at Arcana Consulting Inc.; and award-winning Broadway casting agent and Canadian College of Performing Arts alumnus Duncan Stewart, joined the board.