Friday Photo Op: PB POPS to Host SUMMER ROCKS Mini-Concerts for Children in Boca Raton
The Palm Beach Pops to Host
Mini-Concerts for Children in Boca Raton
(Palm Beach Gardens, FL – July 8, 2014) Charlotte Laurent-Ottomane, Executive Director of The Palm Beach Pops, today announced that the last two SUMMER ROCKS Mini-Concerts for Children would be held this Friday morning:
July 11 at 9 a.m.
Florence Fuller Child Development Center - East
200 N.E. 14th Street in Boca Raton
(Between N. Dixie Hwy. and N. Federal Hwy., just north of Glades Rd.)
July 11 at 10:30 a.m.
Florence Fuller Child Development Center - West
10130 185th Street South in Boca Raton
(West of 441 between Yamato Rd. and Clint Moore Rd.)
Following four 45-minute sessions this week that focused on each of the four sections of the orchestra (Brass, Woodwinds, Strings and Percussion), the two culminating Mini-Concerts will feature approximately a dozen professional musicians from The Palm Beach Pops, wrapping up the concepts shared the last few days with numerous local children.
"SUMMER ROCKS will be followed by a month long “Music & You” program in four North Palm Beach county schools this fall, that will serve approximately 1,200 children in the classroom. While securing funding is challenging, The Palm Beach Pops bears the entire cost of these programs. We continue to seek funds for the program and are grateful to those donors who help us make this a reality for our community and our children,” said Ms. Laurent-Ottomane.
About The Palm Beach Pops:
Founded in 1991 by the late Music Director and Conductor Bob Lappin, The Palm Beach Pops quickly distinguished itself as a world-class pops orchestra, dedicated to preserving the American Songbook. In addition to on-going concerts, The Palm Beach Pops is devoted to serving the children in its community by presenting quality music education programs. The Pops created the Music & You In-School Youth Education Program to expose students to new learning experiences and positive role models while developing creativity, providing tools for communication and enabling students to build a strong sense of self. The Palm Beach Pops is a non-profit organization, supported solely through the generosity of individual donations, institutional grants, and concert income. For more information, please visit palmbeachpops.org or call 561.832.7677.
Available for Interview:
Charlotte Laurent-Ottomane, Executive Director
The Palm Beach Pops