The Arcadia Music & Arts Symposium has joined with others to fund the Pacific Crest Outreach Program. In addition, they are offering full scholarships to students whose schools are attending Drum Corps at the Rose Bowl.
Director of the Symposium, Tony Nunez, reached out to Pacific Crest this past winter. “Everyone at the Arcadia Music & Arts Symposium is excited to partner with Pacific Crest Youth Arts Organization,” said Nunez. “We believe in the Outreach Program and recognize the positive benefits it brings to our community. We look forward to partnering with Pacific Crest to bring compelling and positive life changing educational events to Southern California and abroad.”
The Symposium will also include a Rose Bowl ticket for each of the students and staff who register. Other organizations that serve students also include tickets as a value-added benefit to their programs, including e-Adjudicate, System Blue, and ADLA.
“We are honored that the Arcadia Music & Arts Symposium has chosen to partner with Pacific Crest,” according to Executive Director, Stuart Pompel. “The fact that they see our event as a way to provide increased value to their own students means the world to us!”
The Arcadia Music & Arts Symposium brings music educators and students together in a multi-day immersive learning experience each summer. The symposium includes master classes, workshops, roundtable discussions, art activities, and more for students, band directors, percussion instructors, and visual artists.
Want to bring a school group to this year’s Oceanside or Rose Bowl show?
Reserve your seats through the Pacific Crest Outreach Program →