First Lady Michelle Obama Recognizes INTAKE as Finalist!
Join us for Cultural Crossover Concert this Saturday, April 30th.
With humbleness and gratitude, we share with our friends and supporters some exciting news which strengthens our commitment to empowering our children through the arts.
WASHINGTON. DC. The President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities and its cultural partners, the National Council of the Arts and the Institute of Museum and Library Services; are proud to recognize 50 organizations whose artistic programs throughout the country promote excellence in the arts and humanities and offer learning opportunities to young people. From big cities to small towns, the 2016 National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award Finalists reflect the diversity of disciplines and settings of these exceptional programs that are taking place from coast to coast. We are proud to announce that the Intake Organization was selected as a finalist from the State of Connecticut.
We also take this opportunity to invite you to join us this Saturday April 30th at 7:00 pm at Norwalk Concert Hall for our Annual "Cultural Crossover" concert which brings together students from the Native Instrument Academy, Grand Community Choir and the INTAKE Ensemble, along with Norwalk‘s West Rocks String Ensemble, the New World Chorus, Ballet Folklorico Hagua (Guatemala), ASOVEN (Venezuela) and the Connecticut State Troubadour, Kristen Graves, to perform music from Guatemala, Nicaragua, Peru, Venezuela, Czechoslovakia, Italy, Germany and the United States.
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