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Indian Hill Music Receives $88,000 in Grant Funding

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Jan 11, 2013
Littleton, MA
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Indian Hill Music in Littleton, MA has received $88,700 in combined grant funding from several local foundations, the Massachusetts Cultural Council and the National Endowment for the Arts to support its Community Outreach Initiative.

Since 2007, Indian Hill Music has raised over $100,000 to help fund community engagement programs designed to bring music to a wide range of constituents, including School Music Partnerships (in-school performances, after-school instrument lessons and special family events), Senior Outreach (free monthly Bach’s Lunch Concerts and numerous off-site performances by Indian Hill faculty and student musicians), and Indian Hill’s Threshold Singers (a volunteer healing chorus that sings at the bedsides of the sick and dying).

“It is very gratifying to receive support from these foundations for our Community Outreach Initiative as well as for general operating needs,” said Indian Hill Music Executive Director Susan Randazzo of the school's recent grant funding. “Over the past year our outreach activities served over 6,600 people in our service area.”

About Indian Hill Music
Founded in 1985, Indian Hill Music is a non-profit music education and performance center located in Littleton, Massachusetts, whose mission is to benefit individuals, families and communities through music. We serve 1,500 students of all ages and abilities with an international faculty of 80 teaching artists. Programs are offered year-round including a series of special summer music festivals created and lead by our faculty.  Our Early Childhood program provides first steps in music education for newborns through children age 8.  Private instruction is offered in more than 30 instruments, as well as group lessons and ensembles in a variety of genres, including classical, jazz, folk, popular, Celtic and rock.  Adults may study an instrument, perform in a variety of ensembles like Big Band, Celtic Sessions, jazz band, a cappella choir and chamber music ensembles, or participate in fully-staged productions of musical theater and opera.  Our professional performance series features classical and pops concerts by the Orchestra of Indian Hill, and classical and popular music concert series featuring faculty and guest artists.  Our Community Outreach Initiative brings lessons and educational programs into public schools, provides free lunch-time concerts each month for seniors, and awards need-based scholarships to students in its service area each year.

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