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Welcome to the Christina Cultural Arts Center

Christina Cultural Arts Center Mission

CCAC is a premier community school of the arts with a mission to make affordable arts education and multicultural programs accessible to children, teens and adults in a family environment. 

Registration is now open!

preschool registration

Christina Now Enrolling for Preschool!

"Eye Shadow" women's art exhibit - A Bebe Ross Coker Brainchild

Colors the Walls of Christina in
March & April
- Featuring the works of artists Faye Bonneau, Juliet Thorburn-McIntosh and Alicia Dominguez. Exhibit runs March 6 through April 27.

Opening reception Friday, March 6, 5:30-8:00pm in Christina Cultural Arts Center's Edward Loper Sr. Gallery. 705 N. Market Street, Wilmington, DE

WeBe3 in Concert

Friday, May 8, 2015

Tickets $15 Advance • $20.00 At Door

Christina Cultural Arts Center • Clifford Brown Performance Space

Rhiannon, Joey Blake and David Worm are WeBe3. Rhiannon is a performer, master teacher, composer and recording artist with five albums on her own label. A vibrant gifted singer, assistant professor at Berklee College of Music in Boston specializing in vocal improvisation, and healer, she brings her unique and potent blend of jazz, world music, improv and storytelling to audiences worldwide. Rhiannon collaborates with the all women's jazz ensemble Alive!, SoVoSo and is a founding member of Bobby McFerrin's Voicestra, the A Cappella ensemble created by Bobby McFerrin in 1989.

Raised in a family of musicians and gospel singers, Joey Blake is a producer, recording engineer, instrumentalist, composer, dancer and choir director. One of the founding members of the Voicestra, Blake currently performs with SoVoSo and has recorded/produced five albums for this group.

David Worm has scored and co-written numerous full-length works for Robert Moses' Kin. His music has been used in film documentaries "StepUp" for Canadian director Tamas Wormser and "Love Fancesca" for producer Julie LaSalle. David has taught improvisational singing and vocal percussion at the Omega Institute in New York, and teachers in schools throughout the US and Europe.

"WeBe3 is one of the freest musical experiences anyone will ever encounter, giving rare insight into the true art of vocal improvisation..." - Bobby McFerrin

"Pinpoint musicality, soaring invention and irresistible passion..." - LA Times

"Build-A-Bridge" Workshop with WeBe3

Saturday, May 8, 2015

Christina Cultural Arts Center • Clifford Brown Performance Space

This bold experiment in music-making is a participatory ritual. It is rare to have the opportunity to study with all three of these devoted teachers in one setting. Individually and as a trio, they posses the capacity to encourage, stimulate and challenge singers. The collaborative format invites deep work in listening, ensemble blending, soloing and the creation of spontaneous sound. Discover how musicians create community and change lives.

Rhiannon, a devoted teacher for 35 years is in a category by herself, exploring the skill and spirit of improvisation. Her expertise lies with the connection between body and voice, teaching the invention of melody, harmony, rhythm, language and story while guiding singers towards the heart and soul of their musical selves.

Joey takes us to the bottom of the sound illuminating bas lines, groove, chord changes and complex rhythmic structures.

David Worm trains singers in percussive vocal techniques.

"Because we sing in an invented language, it is accessible across borders and cultures, making it possible to create this musical magic anywhere on the planet"

"Improvisation is a beautiful musical force and a wonderful life-changing tool because it teaches us to stay awake and be present in very moment to our options, gifts and challenges"