Measuring outcomes of well-crafted events is not a new concept for seasoned arts organizers and administrators. Counting bodies, conducting surveys, and capturing numeric responses to the questions into which we hope to gain insight are essential in determining effectiveness, awareness, impact, and informing future planning, as I am certain most of my colleagues would:
1 (strongly disagree) - 2 (disagree) - 3 (undecided) - 4 (agree) - 5 (strongly agree).
An early event at M2 hoped to accomplish these goals, while addressing the questions:
Music on the Square is about sparking curiosity, fostering creativity, and celebrating joyful music-making. And somehow body counts and surveys seem to fall short in collecting these data. Thankfully, photos do not.
Music on the Square fosters a space for courageous music-making and we would love to courageously make music with you! Gathering as a community of music lovers, we spark curiosity, expand creativity, and cultivate collaboration through one-on-one lessons, adult-learning classes, coached ensembles, and radical, breathtaking performances.
From children taking private music lessons for the first time to adult-learners experiencing Communiversity [n. community + university = expanded universe] courses that connect us with music-makers, creators, and innovators, we invite you to make Music on the Square your home for music-making!