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Words from our friends at the Longwood Symphony Orchestra

August 7, 2013

Our friends at the Longwood Symphony whom Landmarks is presenting at the Hatch Shell on August 14 wanted to share this with our audience:

 

Established in 1982, the Longwood Symphony Orchestra is a distinctive organization in Boston’s cultural landscape recognized for its musical quality, innovative programming, and unique business model of community engagement. Positioned at the crossroads of the arts and the sciences, the orchestra’s membership is composed mainly of health-care professionals, including doctors, medical students, research scientists, nurses, and other caregivers. The LSO’s 2013-2014 season begins October 5 at NEC’s Jordan Hall with Music Director Ronald Feldman conducting works by Sibelius and Brahms. Visit www.longwoodsymphony.org for more information.

We are very pleased to be partnering at our concert at the DCR’s Hatch Shell with the Foundation for Chinese Performing Arts. It is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enhancing the understanding and appreciation of the performing arts through education and performance. Every summer, the foundation brings talented youth from all over Asia and the United States to participate in the intensive three-week musical training program. Visit www.chineseperformingarts.net for more information.

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