AFA in the news!

Erin Hannigan, Dallas Symphony Orchestra Principal Oboe (Nancy P. & John G. Penson Chair), is one of just five orchestra musicians from across the U.S. who will receive Ford Musician Awards for Excellence in Community Service from the League of American Orchestrasat the League’s 73rd National Conference in Chicago, June 13-15, 2018. Recognizing the transformative power of music, the Awards honor those in the orchestra field who employ music for the benefit of the greater community.

The awardees’ impact has been deep and life-changing; in partnership with their orchestras and organizations, the musicians have used music to engage, inspire and heal multiple populations: Latino children and teens, rural communities with limited access to quality music education, cancer patients and their families, the homeless and housing insecure, and visual and performing artists united in support of sheltered animals.

“Erin Hannigan is a wonderful orchestra citizen. She really cares about the Dallas Symphony and being involved in our community,” says Kim Noltemy, President & CEO of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. “We are so proud that she is receiving this well-deserved honor.”

 

Co-founder Teresa Berg talks with WFAA News at 4

Emcee Colleen Coyle announces the good news on WFAA

In February, just prior to the annual concert event we visited THE BROADCAST

We were also mentioned on Tasha’s To Do event listing — thanks, Tasha!

Did you see us on Good Morning Texas?

Many thanks to NBC in Dallas for this behind-the-scenes story about the photography before the event!

DFW.com featured our event on Friday, February 20

The Dallas Morning News online mentioned us in NeighborsGo and also in their fabulous DOG ABOUT TOWN spotlight.

Many thanks to media specialist Kate Watson for all of her hard work on our behalf.

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