Do you remember your first concert? What performance did you see? Did you attend with your school, your parents, with friends? Were you excited? Nervous?
The thrill of experiencing performance in person is Unlike Any Other. There is a connection between you, your fellow audience members and the artist herself. How would your life be different today if you never had the chance to experience a live concert?
The arts not only enrich our lives, communities and culture, but they are vital to a child’s education. A strong arts education promotes the skills children need to be successful.
A growing body of studies presents compelling evidence connecting student learning in the arts to a wide array of academic and social benefits. For example, exposure to art education promotes self-directed learning, improves school attendance and sharpens critical and creative skills.
According to the Arts in Education Partnership’s report; “Creativity is among the top ranking of “in demand” qualities. 65% of Americans believe that creativity is central to the U.S.'s role as a global leader. 97% of business leaders agreed that creativity is of increasing importance in the workplace. However, 85% of employers seeking creative candidates had trouble finding qualified applicants.”
The Troy Savings Bank Music Hall is committed to supporting arts education in our schools and in the community; for every membership purchased in the months of November and December, we will donate 1 concert ticket to a child or student in our community.
Ready to make your year-end gift and get your Membership started?
Click on 'Donate Today' below to contribute online, or call the box office at 518-273-0038 TODAY!
We look forward to seeing you at the Music Hall in 2019!
The Troy Savings Bank Music Hall Corporation is a donor-supported 501(c)3 non-profit organization, tax ID 22-2270512. For questions about tax-deductible contributions or memberships, please contact Brittany Meegan, Patron Relations Manager at email@example.com.