year in review
2012/13
3
20 students
participated in the
Percussion Scholarship
Program.
25 incarcerated youth
participated in musical
programming at the Cook County
Juvenile Detention Center and
Illinois Youth Center, Warrenville.
90 musicians
held membership in the
Civic Orchestra of Chicago.
3,500 CPS students
participating in the Music Activity Partnership
attended an interactive concert presented at their
schools by CSO and Civic musicians.
9,700 students
experienced
Dream Out Loud
materials.
40,500 students
used
Orchestra Explorers®
curriculum materials in the classroom.
6,500 students, seniors & veterans
attended open rehearsals of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
8,000 people
participated in free events of the 2013 Chicago Youth in Music
Festival and community events of the CSO’s
Rivers
Festival.
14,000 people
attended a total of 7 free concerts of the Civic Orchestra—6 in
Orchestra Hall and 1 at the South Shore Cultural Center.
20,000 people
participated in and/or attended activities of the Citizen Musician
Initiative in Chicago and with the Orchestra on tour.
40,000 students, chaperones & families
attended CSO concerts programmed especially for young audiences.
See page 18-19 for a complete
summary of I nstitute programs.
INST I TUTE in FOCUS
Through
20 programs
, the Institute
engaged more than
200,000 people
age
3 through adulthood during the 2012/13
season. The following highlights key
engagement data demonstrating the
depth and breadth of the work.
Broad
Access
for
Diverse
Audiences
Learning
for
Students
and Young
Musicians
Intensive
Training
for
musical and
personal
development
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