The 2018 hurricane season has been extraordinarily active in parts of the U.S., with Hurricane Florence currently impacting millions in the Carolinas. As this natural disaster unfolds, the staff here at VolunteerMatch is doing its part to ensure that, if you are in an affected community, you are prepared and safe. And if you are looking to help with disaster relief efforts, you know about the most effective ways to contribute.
The Sumner Pops OrchestraThe Sumner Pops Orchestra
The Sumner Pops Orchestra, under the direction of founder and conductor Maestro Janet Clazzy Scott, is truly the " people's orchestra with a heart for the community." The people's orchestra: a. The promotion of original American classical music which... Read more
The Sumner Pops Orchestra, under the direction of founder and conductor Maestro Janet Clazzy Scott, is truly the "people's orchestra with a heart for the community." The people's orchestra: a. The promotion of original American classical music
which is both accessible and entertaining to audiences of all ages
b. Concerts inviting interaction and interplay which stimulate a sense of community c. Drawing professional, quality artisans from the county to perform before their own citizenry d. Staying intricately involved in the inner workings of the community and not separating off into a clique of elitism
With a heart for the community: a. Taking music, education and beauty to the students of our schools and colleges b. Donating all proceeds from ticket sales to area charities, including school band programs c. Contributing to fellow charitable organizations with a fund-raising project known as "The Topper" d. Providing gratis musical service when community charities are benefited These are but a few of the dreams and aspirations of this burgeoning organization. It was once said, "music is beauty." At the Sumner Pops Orchestra, we are intent on making our world a more beautiful place. (615) 826-3871
The Sumner County Symphony performs three full orchestral (building to twenty-five members) concerts each year--spring, fall and a concert on the fourth of July. The Symphony supplements this schedule with a monthly "satellite concert" with the Sumner Pops Orchestral Ensemble. These concerts are of smaller size, bringing us to the Middle Tennessee area in appropriate venues, benefiting local charities in that community. Some organizations affected include senior centers, Samaritan centers, free medical clinics, and children's organizations.