Music on Call Impacting Lives of Inmates

OWENSBORO, KY – Over the last four weeks, The Owensboro Symphony Music On Call Community Engagement program has been making a powerful and positive impact on the lives of several inmates at the Daviess County Detention Center. Every Friday since the beginning of September, women in the detention center who had an interest in being a part of a choir have been working together in preparation for a public performance…

Symphony Academy Receives Piano from Kentucky Colonels

OWENSBORO, KY – ┬áThe Owensboro Symphony Academy has received a new piano made possible by a generous grant from the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels. The piano will be used in one of the Owensboro Symphony Academy’s instruction rooms, where private lessons for piano, voice, string, and wind instruments are taught throughout the year. “We are so incredibly lucky to have grantors like the Kentucky Colonels to help us in…

Symphony’s Pop-Up Party Set for Saturday Night!

Have you ever wanted to dance in the middle of Second Street? The Owensboro Symphony wants you to join the party at the┬áThird Annual White on Second – a European-style dinner in the middle of Owensboro’s Second Street.   On Saturday evening, September 17, 2016 Owensboro Dermatology will present the Owensboro Symphony Orchestra’s White on Second. This elegant event is alfresco dining at its best, celebrating the end of summer…

Symphony Announces Election of New Board Officers and Directors

The Owensboro Symphony Orchestra Governing Board of Directors recently announced the election of its 2016-2017 board officers. Jiten Shah, Executive Director of Green River Area Development District will serve as the Symphony’s Chairman of the Board. Jay A. Wethington, Chief Circuit Judge for the Sixth Judicial District will serve as Vice Chairman – Strategic Planning. Independence Bank Director, Larry R. Mayfield will serve as Vice Chairman – Resource Development. Community…

OH using ‘Arts in Healing’

Published in the Messenger-Inquirer 8/18/2016By Debbie Zuerner Johnson Living Well   What are you feeding your brain? A healthy lifestyle isn’t just about how you take care of your body. It’s also about how you take care of your mind. The arts and humanities are an important part of leading a healthy, happy life. Owensboro Health feels strongly that this is the case, and part of my job is backing…

 
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