Arts Tour Minnesota
ACHF Arts Access
Cantus will tour to four cities that could not normally host Cantus because of fees, offering an excellent and relevant experience to Minnesota audiences. Via audience surveys and interviews with presenting partners we determine the value of the tour in connecting with audiences and providing an excellent artistic experience. Each concert is also evaluated by the Cantus Artistic Council. 2: Four Minnesota communities will have the opportunity to hear Cantus, a nationally known ensemble which makes its home in the Twin Cities. Sales reports will provide information on audience size; audience surveys will provide new knowledge about audience (age, interests, address, etc.) to arts presenters.
Cantus toured to four Minnesota cities, offering concerts, master classes, and distributing work through CD sales, to general audiences and students. Cantus artists provide a full update to staff and artists after every performance, evaluating artistic work, audience, presenter and logistics. In addition, three cities took part in a WolfBrown Intrinsic Impact survey. 2: Minnesotans in four cities accessed a nationally known music ensemble through concerts, master classes, and CD purchases. The Cantus Artistic Council writes a full report after every performance, regardless of its location, as an evaluation method. The concert reports provided information on audience size and venue capacity, as well as the quality of the performance and feedback from the presenters and the audience, as noted in the previous project outcome discussion. The survey information, collected in three of the four cities, provided information on demographics, interest and the value of the performance.
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