Category: Symphony Scorecard

Grand Rapids Symphony’s successful Symphony Scorecard adds Grand Rapids Art Museum to innovative program

Symphony Scorecard already changes lives. It’s about to change even more. One of the Grand Rapids Symphony’s latest initiatives,  Symphony Scorecard  opens doors to new audiences, particularly those who would like to attend concerts but are unable due to financial constraints. Now, the  Grand Rapids Art Museum  is joining the effort to expand access to arts and culture. Created two years ago by the Grand Rapids Symphony, Symphony Scorecard provides... Read More
Posted by Jeffrey Kaczmarczyk at Thursday, September 7, 2017

Grand Rapids Symphony's audience grows by thousands, thanks to new opportunities with Symphony Scorecard

Lois Alexander, a lover of classical music and a Grand Rapids Symphony season subscriber for years, knows well the power of classical music, especially music performed live. “I find it such a peaceful and calming experience,” Alexander said. As a former Resident Services Specialist for Grand Rapids Housing Commission, she also knows it’s an experience that’s not available to everyone, particularly those with financial challenges. That’s what inspired the... Read More
Posted by Jeffrey Kaczmarczyk at Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Artie Smith's Symphony Scorecard Story

The Grand Rapids Symphony's mission is to share great music that moves the human soul, and strives to remove barriers that prevent some from experiencing touching musical moments. This season, the GRS launched the Symphony Scorecard program with the generous support of the Daniel and Pamella DeVos Foundation. Symphony Scorecard provides any member of our community who is receiving financial assistance from the State of Michigan with up to four free tickets to select GRS concerts. Active,... Read More
Posted by Sam Napolitan at Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Free For Families and Symphony Scorecard Inspire New Audiences

Like each unique member of an orchestra, music helps us understand how we can pursue a common goal together while celebrating our similarities and differences. Last April, LiveArts united over 7,000 artists, students and concertgoers through the power of music. As the kids involved in LiveArts would tell you, hearing and performing legendary orchestral works live is a powerful experience that transforms, enlightens, transports and heals. The Grand Rapids Symphony strives to present... Read More
Posted by Sam Napolitan at Tuesday, September 15, 2015

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