Stamford Symphony Adds QR Codes to its RepertoireNovember 3, 2011
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About the Stamford Symphony
Incorporated in 1965, the Stamford Symphony has built a reputation for providing audiences with diverse artistic and educational programs with a sole mission in mind—to build a lifelong appreciation and enjoyment of classical music. Under the direction of the innovative Maestro Eckart Preu, the Stamford Symphony reaches over 18,000 people annually through multiple concerts and educational programs. The Symphony reaches over 8,000 students annually through its Advance the Arts program, the Composer Project program, and The American Experience – Concert for Students. Additionally, the Symphony distributes complimentary concert tickets to non-profit organizations, community groups and schools in support of its goal of bringing classical music to all of Fairfield County.
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