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Community Partnerships


Our Partners

 

Adult Learning Center
Preschool, Brockton

 

Barrett Russell School,
Brockton

 

Duxbury Council on Aging

 

Elements Montessori School,
Duxbury

 

Gilmore Early Childhood
Center, Brockton

 

Hingham Council on Aging

 

Lillian Jacobs Elementary

School, Hull

 

Cole Elementary School,
Norwell

 

Old Colony YMCA

Chestnut Street Preschool

RiseUP! Program

Stoughton Preschool

Summer Fun Camps

Summer Leaders Program

Centers for Families

Experiencing Homelessness

 

South Shore YMCA

 

Sacred Heart School, Kingston

 

Vinyl Elementary School, Norwell

 

Our Donors

 

Support for Community Partnerships comes from the generosity of individuals,

corporations and foundations such as:

Blue Cross Blue Shield of MA
Rockland Trust
Eric Oddleifson Legacy Fund
Wallace M. Leonard Foundation
The Brockton Cultural Council
The MCC STARS Residency Grant
Harbor One Bank
Mary Ellen and Peter Lawrence
SSC Rhythm Run
Jake's Seafood Restaurant
Laura and Stephen Avakian
Salah Foundation
New Balance
Morgan Stanley
Morgan Stanley Foundation
Leonard and Arlene Nolan
Toyota of Braintree/Toyota Corp.
The Hull Cultural Council

To learn how you can support SSC's mission-based programs, please contact Anne Smith at 781-934-2731 x 21.

 

 

 

 

 

Community Partnerships
Symphony in the Schools

Artists-in Residency Partnerships

These partnerships, created especially for schools looking to build or augment their music programs, offer students an opportunity to experience workshops, interactive music-making, master classes and performances with South Shore Conservatory faculty members. Residencies are adapted to suit the unique needs of each school system. An important facet of each Residency is a community concert featuring the faculty musicians and selected students. These concerts give students a chance to share the experience of the residency with their families and engage residents of the community in the experience of live performance.

"One of the main goals of the 'Symphony in the Schools' program is to build a culture of high level music making in the town of Randolph. If we expect our children to make music at a high level, then we have a responsibility to expose them to musical experiences of the highest quality. Community and family investment in the arts is crucial to seeing our students succeed and flourish. The community concert that concludes each residency is a way for students, families, faculty, and community members to experience the joy that arises out of music making."
-Eric Laprade Director of Music, Randolph Public Schools

Sample Brass Residency

"A Brief History of Music – From Bach to Blue Monk"
SSC Faculty: Rob Reustle, Trumpet, Megan Riccio, Horn, Grant Randall, Trombone
Day One: 9 am – 3 pm Grades K- 2 Instrument Petting Zoo
Day Two: 9 am – 3 pm Grades K- 5 Small Group Performances
Day Three: 9 am – noon Middle School Performances and clinics; 1 – 3 pm High School Performances and Master Classes; 7 – 8 pm Community Concert Featuring HS Brass players and faculty members

To explore how your organization may take advantage of these partnership opportunities, please contact:

Anne Smith
Director of Community Partnerships
South Shore Conservatory
(781)934-2731, ext. 21.
a.smith@sscmusic.org