Our Founding Maestro, James Brooks-Bruzzese has spent 32 years building the Symphony of the Americas to its current esteemed position as a designated Major Cultural Institution in Broward County, our performance home. A great part of his legacy involves the extensive educational and outreach activities Maestro has created through the orchestra. In fact, he was honored at the National Hispanic Heritage Awards for his work with students throughout Florida and the world, and recently honored by Musicfor, a Swiss Foundation, with the special prize, “ A Life for Music” for his artistic educational activity throughout the world.
Maestro will pass the baton at the conclusion of our 2019/2020 Season, and take the position of “Founding Artistic Director Emeritus”. Please help us honor his accomplishments and pay tribute to him in his educational endeavors during this upcoming season as we seek a new Music Director to carry forth Maestro’s vision.
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The Symphony of the Americas Society is committed to raising money to benefit the Symphony of the Americas during this bittersweet year of transition and related expenses.
Any donation will make an impact.
As Nancy said in the video, "If 100 give $100, think of the possibilities." She is right: "Every contribution counts no matter the amount."
Go ahead; click the Donate Now link to make a difference. Thanks in advance for your gift to this cause that means so much to our supporters, partners, and patrons. Your contribution will bring world class music to the communities and children of South Florida and beyond.
For more information about the Symphony of the Americas and the Maestro's legacy, click here.
In addition to our concerts in a variety of venues, we provide scholarships and educational programming to young people throughout our community.
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