ACHF Arts Access ACHF Cultural Heritage
1. To protect the rich repertoire and cultural history of the Worthington Area Symphony Orchestra. 2. To remain dedicated to providing an opportunity for life-long musical expression and enjoyment for musicians and audiences of all ages. 3. To perform a new contemporary cultural work which presents a technical and artistic challenge to its players. 4. To perform an original composition written by Brulé. 5. To gain a deeper admiration for Brulé/Paul LaRoche, Native American contemporary musician, for his talent as a composer and musician. Worthington Area Symphony Orchestra will evaluate the rehearsals and concert through written surveys taken by Worthington Area Symphony Orchestra musicians and concert attendees. An additional part of the success of the concert will come from the number of people attending the project activities and the concert. Reserved seating tickets will be sold for the concert, allowing Worthington Area Symphony Orchestra to record attendance numbers. Results from the evaluation will be gathered and recorded by the leadership team.
743 people attended the concert; 108 more people than originally anticipated. 18 orchestra members ranging in ages from 13 to 65+ from 9 different communities, filled out evaluation forms. The Worthington Area Symphony Orchestra Leadership Team will continue to encourage ALL orchestra members to fill out evaluations, siting the importance of the information for future planning of the orchestra and concerts. 34 audience members from 14 different communities, ages 10 to 75+, filled out evaluations. Worthington Area Symphony Orchestra will continue to search for ways to evaluate their projects so audiences will take the time to fill out/perform evaluations that will allow them to feel that they have more input into future concerts and Worthington Area Symphony Orchestra projects.
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