2020-2021 Education Impact

2020-2021 Impact Report

A Message from Nicolas Gonzalez, Community Engagement and Education Manager

"Despite the COVID-19 restrictions, Stamford Symphony was still able to provide both digital and safe in-person activities for the Public Schools and key community partners across Fairfield County. The work has only just begun. We are excited to share how we are already making a different from Greenwich to Bridgeport. Learn more below about our impact from last season and the launch of Play, Sing, Listen! The Education Fund of Stamford Symphony."

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About the Impact Report

Since joining the Symphony in November 2020, Nicolas has been hard at work renewing partnerships, establishing new relationships with communities and various school systems, and creating programs (both in-person and digital) for students across Fairfield County. The numbers in this report are reflective of the virtual programming Stamford Symphony created for students and support of our education programs. For more information about our education work or to partner with Stamford Symphony, please contact Nicolas Gonzalez at engagement@stamfordsymphony.org.

Be sure to visit the Play, Sing, Listen! The Education Fund of Stamford Symphony! website to review our 5-year strategy for education.

1000

students reached through virtual programming across Fairfield County.

150,000

dollars invested into expanding and renewing our education and community engagement programs.

300+

students across Fairfield County received a virtual classroom visit from a Stamford Symphony musician.

200+

students and families with special needs reached.

100+

individuals and families attend our outdoor side-by-side Make Music Day event with INTEMPO and Project Music.

PLUS

Students from Project Music receive free lessons with Stamford Symphony musicians!

Students from INTEMPO received a masterclass with Elena Urioste!