A2SO Classroom Concerts Receives $5,000 from Comerica Charitable Foundation
The Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra has received a $5,000 grant from the Comerica Charitable Foundation for A2SO Classroom Concerts. Classroom Concerts are a small ensemble of A2SO musicians that
bring the orchestra off stage and into the school for a close-up musical experience where children are active listeners.
Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra Board President Ann Hollenbeck said, "Educational support for music is critically important for students. We are pleased to receive this award, which we will use to reach more students with our Classroom Concert Series with the ultimate goal of expanding A2SO's impact."
Comerica's success is dependent upon helping people succeed. This vision shapes Comerica's approach to community investment and guides the framework of their charitable support and community partnerships. The Comerica Corporate Contributions program and Comerica Charitable Foundation work to support Comerica's objectives to have a strong and positive image in the communities.
The Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra is passionately committed to enriching the culture of the region. We strive to attract, inspire and educate the most diverse audience possible, foster a growing appreciation for excellent music and regional talent, and provide imaginative programming through community involvement.