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Young Audiences Arts for Learning Launches a Comprehensive National Web Site
New York, NY (August 27, 2012, 11 a.m. EDT) - To celebrate Young Audiences Arts for Learning's 60th anniversary, the national office launched an interactive web site that will foster communication within the Young Audiences (YA) network and beyond.
Save the Dates April 24 - 27 2013!
Save the Date! 2013 Young Audiences Arts for Learning National Conference April 24-27, 2013 The 2013 annual National Conference will be held at The Roosevelt Hotel in NYC. There will be field trips on Friday, April 26 to YA affiliates in Connecticut, New Jersey and New York City. The Roosevelt Hotel 45 East 45th Street at Madison Avenue 10017
Young Audiences Arts for Learning 22nd Annual Leadership Conference
Young Audiences Arts for Learning has reached a significant milestone in 2012: Its 60th Anniversary. The Leadership Conference is a special event in recognition of this milestone. This year, the Leadership conference sessions will be held at The Princeton Club of New York on Thursday, November 15 and Friday, November 16 and The Yale Club on Saturday, November 17.
On Arts and Enlightenment: An Interview with Richard Stoltzman
Richard Stoltzman is a world-renowned clarinetist who has played with more than 100 orchestras, as well as with many chamber groups and solo recitals. Stoltzman has received numerous awards and has produced an extensive discography. In addition to classical repertoire, Stoltzman also plays jazz.
Another successful Young Audiences Week!
A big thanks to everyone who participated in Young Audiences Week, March 12-18, and in the events that took place in celebration around the country. We are so grateful to have had this national (and Presidential!) recognition of the important work YA affiliates do, every day, in schools and communities from coast to coast. Here's to next year!