Art Project Grant
ACHF Arts Access
A. To recruit new members to join the symphony orchestra. B. To strengthen orchestra members' technical skills. C. To expand the symphony orchestra audience base. D. To determine whether musicians and audience members alike can learn the difference of the unique qualities of a concerto composition compared to a symphonic orchestra composition. E. To access the musical and human value of the side-by-side elements of the project. F. To find out if the orchestra musicians and the concert audience will have learned the distinction between concerto and other symphony pieces.A. Recruiting efforts will be evaluated by how many new members participate. B. The Leadership team will evaluate the musicians and the concert on a scale from 1-5, 1 being excellent and 5 not good. Orchestra members will also perform a written evaluation based on the same scale. C. Audience numbers will be evaluated by concert attendance. D. Students will evaluate the side-by-side experience under the guidance of teacher Melanie Loy through written surveys and oral discussions. E. A video interview will be conducted with six different audience members before, and after, the Fall Concert.
Attendance for this concert was the highest for any of the five performances in the short history of Worthington Area Symphony Orchestra. The Worthington Area Symphony Orchestra concerts are truly economic development tools through the arts. The solo work
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