Harvest Performing Arts Academy


It is our desire at Harvest Church to serve the community by providing a performing arts academy that reaches for excellence and protects our students from forms of performance that will threaten their innocence or integrity.

At Harvest Performing Arts Academy (HPAA), we have a team of experienced, qualified, talented, and dedicated teachers. Meet our instructors below.

We believe in providing an excellent standard of training for our students in a caring and supportive environment.

Students may enroll and begin lessons anytime throughout the year. The enrollment fee per family per school year is $30. Your lesson time slot will be confirmed once payment is made.

Two ways to enroll: Register and pay online or complete the registration form and bring it to the church office (Monday-Thursday, 9am-3pm) with your enrollment fee check made payable to Harvest Church.

For more information, contact us at hpaa@harvestdothan.com.



Private and group lesson tuition rates are provided below. Tuition payments are made payable directly to the instructor and are due the first lesson of each month. A $10 late fee will occur if not received by the 10th of each month.

PRIVATE LESSONS are scheduled in 30-minute slots once per week Monday-Thursday at Harvest. Lessons will continue with the same instructor and time slot for the entire school year. New time slots may be negotiated at the beginning of each new session. Private lessons are offered in piano, voice, drums, acoustic, electric, and bass guitar. Cost varies per instructor.

SETH BEATY (guitar, piano, and drums):
Mondays, 3-8pm (30-minute lessons)
$80/student per month

HALEY CAPAN GODWIN (voice and piano):
Mondays, 4-8pm | Tuesdays, 4-5pm | Thursdays, 4-5pm (30-minute lessons)
Monthly prices are as follows:
1 student per family: $68/student
2 students per family: $64/student
3 or more students per family: $60/student

DIANN CAPAN (voice and piano):
Mondays and Wednesdays, 2-6pm (30-minute lessons)
$60/student per month

for ages 2 to 18 are offered on Mondays and Thursdays (1 class only per student). The instructor will help place each student in the appropriate class based on age and skill level.

ABIGAIL DUKE (ballet):
(45-minute lessons)
Beginner Ballet | 4-4:45pm
Tap | 5-5:45pm
Advanced Ballet | 6-6:45pm
Tiny Toes | 3:30-4:15pm
Beginner Ballet | 4:30-5:15pm
Tap | 5:30-6:15pm
Intermediate Ballet | 6:30-7:15pm

Monthly prices are as follows:
1 student per family: $40/student
2 or more students per family: $30/student
One-Time Private Lesson: $20/student


Haley Capan Godwin (Voice and Piano)

Mrs. Godwin is a local musician and vocalist brought up in Dothan, Alabama. She is a graduate of Northview High School and Wallace Community College. Mrs. Godwin received her Bachelor's degree in Music Education from the University of Montevallo and her Master's degree from Troy University. She began her teaching career at Dothan High School in 2005 and continues to serve as the choral director. She has been teaching voice and piano lessons at Harvest Performing Arts Academy since 2009. Mrs. Godwin is also the Minister of Music at Antioch Baptist Church in Ashford, Alabama. She has a huge passion for music and a love for children. "The Lord thy God in the midst of thee is might; he will save, he will rejoice over thee with joy; he will rest in his love, he will joy over thee with singing." Zephaniah 3:17

Diann Capan (Voice and Piano)

Diann Capan was raised in Dothan, and attended Dothan High, Wallace College, and graduated from Troy University with Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in Elementary Education, and a Minor in Music. Mrs. Capan retired from Dothan City Schools and continued teaching piano and voice lessons, at Northside Methodist Academy and in her home. She loves music, friends, church, and family. She is currently the Music Director/Pianist at Denton Road United Methodist Church. She is married to Ronnie and they have one daughter, Haley.

Seth Beaty (Guitar, Piano, Drums)

Seth Beaty has been teaching piano, guitar, and drums in the Wiregrass Area for more than 15 years. While he is classically trained, he brings inventive techniques into his approach. By combining traditional teaching with innovative methods, such as song writing development, he is able to present students with a well-rounded training. This unique approach has also proven effective with at risk children who may be impaired or disabled. Seth has been in several bands as well as involved with many local worship teams.

Abigail Duke (Dance)

Ms. Duke has been with Harvest Performing Arts Academy (HPAA) since 2008 and has been head dance instructor since 2016. She began studying ballet at the early age of two. Abigail is trained in contemporary/classical ballet, baton, tap, jazz, and pointe. Her passion is for children to know they are loved by God! Abigail is looking forward to giving your child the experience of glorifying God through the grace of dance. "Singers and dancers alike will say, 'My whole source of joy is in you.'" Psalm 87:7