Project STEP’s Annual Spring Recital and Parents’ Benefit
Time & Location
About the Event
Join us in celebrating the achievements of 57 talented musicians in grades 1-12 who are some of the most skilled and passionate string players in Greater Boston. This concert takes place on Sunday, May 16th at 2pm.
The concert will feature performances by the student musicians of Project STEP, a Boston-based nonprofit that envisions a world in which the classical music profession reflects our communities' racial and ethnic diversity.
Tune in to hear the students' impressive musicianship, see first-hand the strength of Project STEP's community, and immerse yourself in the beauty of classical music that can carry the world through these unprecedented times. Programming will include chamber music works by Armando Guevara Ochoa, Ludwig van Beethoven, Antonin Dvorak, and many more.
Concurrently, Project STEP is holding an online auction that will remain open through 7pm of the concert day, May 16th. Details can be found online here https://www.projectstep.org/annual-spring-benefit/
If you would like to learn more about Project STEP's mission and how you can support their work, please visit www.projectstep.org.
This program is supported in part by grants from the following generous supporters: the Watertown Cultural Council and Canton Cultural Council, local agencies supported by the Mass Cultural Council (a state agency), the Boston Cultural Council administered by the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture, and the National Endowment for the Arts. This event was also made possible by the generous support of Tracy W. Barron and Persis Barron Levy of the Willow Tree Fund, The Gregory E. Bulger Foundation, and Alison Nolan.
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