We’re thrilled with our flourishing in-house programs; new students are joining the Rhapsody family at a rising rate! But our highest aspiration is to reach further into the community.
We believe that everyone, all ages and from all walks of life, should have access to quality Arts education.
In 2016-2017, The Rhapsody Trio collaborated on a free concert series with the Verona Public Library. Similar concerts were held at the Waunakee Public Library, Gilda’s Club and Porchlight Homeless Shelter in Madison. We hosted the third annual Sensory Friendly Concert in March, which especially welcomed those on the Autism Spectrum. Looking ahead, we’re eager to launch Classical Conversations, which will be an inter-generational program providing lunch, pre-concert talk, transportation and discounted tickets for the Madison Symphony Orchestra.
The need is great; we’d like to collaborate with community centers, organizations for people with special needs, and after-school programs. We envision a thriving network surrounding Arts education, expanding into the areas of greatest community need, and linking together people of all ages and walks of life.
Website and concert program acknowledgement through 2017
All previous plus Rhapsody Arts Center swag bag
All previous, plus reserved seating at all 2017-2018 concerts and personalized thank you card from current Rhapsody family
All previous, plus reserved seating at Spring Fling 2017 and a living room concert performed by Rhapsody faculty
Your support means so much to us. Please stay in touch and watch for more ways to celebrate and advance Arts education with Rhapsody Arts Center!