For the past 40 years, the Connecticut Alliance for Music (CAM) has been, without fanfare but with strong support from a loyal cadre of music lovers in lower Fairfield County and expert leadership at the top, exceedingly agile at seeking out promising young musicians and providing them with the opportunity to perform before appreciative audiences. More than once these vocalists and musicians have gone on to a successful international career. The organization traces its beginnings to the mid-1930s when Heida Hermanns, a teacher, concert pianist and philanthropist fled Germany for the U.S.
The full article, written by Rita Ross, can be found here.
Tuesday, March 29, 2016
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