"Bringing Color to the Classics"

CAAPA Videos

CAAPA's Opera for Fun Youth Outreach Program targets youth  Pre-K to 12th grade.

CAAPA CAMP. CAAPA enjoys “Bringing Color to the Classics” to the youth in the community with a seasoned and dedicated staff of professional musicians.

CAAPA's moving production of Cotton Field to Concert Hall is available to come to your venue.

CAAPA: Figaro Meets Frederick Douglass - Millennium Stage (February 9, 2020)

CAAPA: Tribute to Shirley Chisholm - Millennium Stage (November 30, 2019)

Handel, Hamilton, and Holiday Songs - Millennium Stage (December 13, 2019)

Mala Waldron - Millennium Stage (March 15, 2017)

On One Accord - Millennium Stage (May 2, 2018)

Seoul to Soul - Millennium Stage (April 21, 2019)

CAAPA Executive Director Terri Allen talks about the 2017 CAAPA Gala "Evening in Paris".

CAAPA includes a dance presentation by a group of senior citizens performing to the French song, "Under Paris Skies (Sous le Ciel de Paris). It was presented at the CAAPA Gala 2016.

CAAPA presents "Opera From a Sistah's Point of View" featuring soprano Angela M. Brown.

CAAPA features an annual concert highlighting the female voice called the "Emerging Divas.

CAAPA featured tenor Wayne Jennings at National Harbor's Tanger Outlets Ribbon Cutting Ceremony.

CAAPA's "Some Enchanted Evening: A New Year's Classical Music Concert" at the Bowie Center for the Performing Arts, January 8, 2016.

CAAPA partnered with KACAF at their annual event, "Art and Soul" at Lisner Auditorium, Washington, DC.


Sopranos Alia Waheed and Angeli Ferrette perform at the Anderson House for the holidays

CAAPA presented the Washington Youth Chorus conducted by Gregory Watkins at Lisner Auditorium.

Pamela Therese Simonson performs"Lift Every Voice and Sing" by James Weldon Johnson in January 2015 at the MLK Library in Washington, D.C.

CAAPA's nationwide MasterClass Series sponsors MusicMasters in Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU’s) and other music programs.

CAAPA partners with the Washington Ballet to debut an originally choreographed dance by TWB teacher Caroline Rocher presented at the CAAPA Gala "evening in Paris".

CAAPA's Sing for Seniors Program visits Heartland Senior Center in Bowie, Maryland facilitated by violinist Alexander Strachan.

CAAPA celebrated their 10th anniversary season in 2012.

CAAPA 2016 Honoree Regina McConnell accepts the Legacy Award.

Contact CAAPA Today.

Submitting Form...

The server encountered an error.

Form received.

CFC #36258 for CAAPA

CAAPA’s unique charity banner to the left will take supporters like you of CAAPA directly to Click on this banner to support CAAPA by ordering your products from Amazon as you always have without any change in price from normal Amazon’s website. It’s the easiest way for customers like you to support your charity.


Post Office Box 44954

Fort Washington,  Maryland 20749


© 2022 Coalition for African Americans in the Performing Arts Website Design by HASSAN R. ADEEB