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School for the Performing Arts

1640 Quincent Street
Iowa City, IA
52245
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(319) 341-0166

schoolperformingarts.org
 
Our preferred brands include suzuki. Our specialties include acting classes and music lessons. We can assist you with drums and special education. We've been in business since 1984. Acting classes, music lessons, guest artist workshops.

 

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