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Symphony 21 Concert Brings Unique Blend of Music, Art to SU

Symphony 21 Concert Brings Unique Blend of Music, Art to SU

SALISBURY, MD---Symphony 21 strives to bring the arts to a young audience, providing inspiration and opportunity to musicians and artists of the future.

The organization showcases its unique blend of music, technology and visual arts during a concert 7 p.m. Saturday, April 29, in the Holloway Hall Auditorium at Salisbury University.

“The first time I saw Symphony 21 in concert, I was impressed by the strong showing of children and families from the whole community,” said Dr. Maarten Pereboom, dean of the Charles R. and Martha N. Fulton School of Liberal Arts. “Symphony 21’s mission is in perfect alignment with SU: bringing the arts to a young audience, encouraging them to explore their creative side.”

Founded by Salisbury native, composer and activist Daniel Bowen, Symphony 21’s concert experiences offer family-friendly, interactive environments, aiming to inspire and unite the community through the power of music.

Admission is free; however, tickets are required. Doors open at 6 p.m. Visit the SU Office of Cultural Affairs webpage for tickets. 

Patrons are asked to park in Camden Lot F (Blackwell Hall).

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