You and I know creating music is not just about playing the right notes. What I love about making music, and about the Nova experience, is the chemistry within the group. The final product you see is truly made of individual ideas coming together to become one through many discussions, laughter, and passion.
Symphony Nova’s collaborative creativity, and the artistry you experience at our concerts, is truly unique among orchestras and ensembles. We put creative decisions in the hands of talented emerging artists, and give them the skills they need to pursue their creative endeavors at Symphony Nova and beyond.
Musicians need a special skill set that combines artistry and the business of music to realize their aspirations. Equipped with these skills, musicians can make their own career opportunities, and they can create new and exciting performances for audiences to experience.
We enable artists through a Fellowship experience that prepares musicians to create the finest possible performances, promote their projects, and understand the financial role of their art. The concerts you see are one big part of the Fellowship, but what you don’t see are the seminars on public speaking, finance, and music business that help move Fellows’ careers forward.
You can make a difference in enabling high-quality performances and in helping musicians pursue their dreams. Here are some of the ways you can help us right now, although your gift in any amount is greatly appreciated:
- $50 can buy a set of music for us to present in concert.
- $100 can fund one “mini-grant” that aids Fellows in career-development.
- $250 can pay for a seminar that gives Fellows essential career skills.
Will you join us in making a space for exciting performing arts envisioned by Boston’s emerging artists?
Janny Joo, Violin FellowDonate Today