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Symphony touches thousands with music every year

March 2, 2010

Do you sit quietly at the Alys Stephens Center and listen to a your favorite classical piece performed at a Masterworks concert? Or are you trying to learn to moon-walk or entering a costume contest with your child or grandchild before the start of a Family Concert?

Have you watched a pre-schooler check out a tuba for the first time? Or are you looking forward to hearing a brand new piece created by Central Park Elementary School students with the help of composer-in-residence Paul Lansky?

In these and so many other ways, our top-ranked Alabama Symphony Orchestra touches more than 100,000 lives every year through music. And we can truly make our community better and appreciate this asset by getting involved in one of ASO’s education programs or attending a performance.

Take a look at the programs for our young people, just as an example, because that is this week’s featured Way #13 to Love Our Community. Your Community Foundation is proud to be part of supporting the Explorer Concerts and getting that tuba and that pre-schooler together!

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