Actor Frank Langella said, “One of the safest places to be in the world is the stage.”
It’s no secret that the Frederick Symphony Orchestra has a lot to say about music education. We’ve discussed its benefits from childhood to teenage years and shown growing concern over the government’s potential cuts to arts programs across the nation.
Now, it’s time to congratulate the great strides that a few special Maryland arts programs have made toward improving their music curriculum.
In 1965, the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) was established in order to help fund creative education, public programs, preservation and access, research, challenge grants, digital humanities, the bridging cultures initiative, and federal/state partnerships.
For the first time, the Frederick Symphony Orchestra (FSO) is performing Symphonic Pipes at Coffman Chapel at Hood College, an independent liberal arts college in Frederick, Maryland, on March 19, 2017 at 3 p.m.
Photo courtesy of Featureflash Photo Agency / Shutterstock.comEvery so often, the music industry receives once-in-a-lifetime acts who are extraordinarily talented and prefer spending time giving back to their fans and the less fortunate. Here are some of the Frederick Symphony Orchestra’s favorite musicians who break the boundaries of classical music :
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