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Grant Elementary School is the official Adopt-a-School of the Santa Monica Symphony.
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Maynard and Sheila Ostrow
Santa Monica Civic Auditorium
Dr. D'Lynn Waldron
The Jordan Kaplan Shoba Srinivasan Memorial Fund
In March 1997, two treasured members of the Santa Monica Symphony perished in a private plane crash. A perpetual fund has been established in their memory to support special programming efforts by the Symphony. Your generous donation may be restricted for use in this fund.
The Santa Monica Symphony is proud to announce that it has been awarded two grants from the National Endowment for the Arts. A prestigious American Reinvestment and Recovery Act grant partially funds this concert. An Access to Artistic Excellence grant will partially fund outreach and children's music education programs during the 2009-2010 concert season.
Thank you, Santa Monica Rotary Club Foundation, for your generous grant that allowed us to complete our set of sound baffles for the stage.