Community Arts Access Project
ACHF Arts Access
Conductor, Jimmy Chen, will rehearse with students of Saint Francis Music Center on at least two separate occasions in order to prepare them for participation with the Heartland Symphony Orchestra Spring Concert. Heartland Symphony Orchestra will prepare two feature stories, expand public relations outreach by adding two additional media outlets and increase website use by 20% over Fall 2015. Heartland Symphony Orchestra will increase the Little Falls audience attendance at the April 9th concert by 10% over last year's spring concert. Heartland Symphony Orchestra will add two additional sponsors for the Spring Concert season in order to meet our goals of increasing corporate sponsors by 10% for the year. Heartland Symphony Orchestra will add 86 contributing members by the end Spring Concert season in order to meet our goals of increasing Heartland Symphony Orchestra contributing members by 20% or 250 individuals for the year. Evaluation will be shown through successful performances as indicated by audience and performers. Records will be kept indicating the date and placement of feature articles, radio/TV interviews and press releases. The number of visitors to the new website will be monitored and both website hits and the email sign-up list will increase by 30%. A head count of the audience will be done at the Little Falls concert and compared with previous numbers.
Successfully provided a high quality orchestral experience for community. 90% of Audience indicated a good or excellent concert performance. Audience participation remained approximately the same from previous years.
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