We asked our Play Us Forward instructors Lane Champa and Karen Koger to share their reflections on the past 2020-21 virtual school year:


Start Meeting.

I open the meeting link and watch as the participants list slowly lengthens down the …

As May soon comes to close, we are proud to honor Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage month, recognizing the many contributions of the AAPI communities to our cities and states. Today’s blog post features the voices and stories of …

Every day, I feel so fortunate to have such a remarkable, dedicated, and passionate administrative team. Our work often sees long days, requires tough decisions, and demands quick thinking and flexibility – especially during this time of the COVID-19 pandemic. …

Each year as December comes to an end, we take time to look back at all that we’ve accomplished throughout the year. This year, a year like no other, full of event cancellations, Zoom meetings, re-imagined concert formats, and so …

When the pandemic hit the U.S. in March, I, like countless musicians, watched my livelihood disappear as music organizations canceled their live concerts. Not only were performances canceled, so were auditions. Within a week, I went from frantically learning the …

The adage, “Absence makes the heart grow fonder,” couldn’t be more true as we move into the fourth month of working from home. We’ve all shifted from our shared physical spaces of workplaces and concert halls and library meeting rooms …

As you take your seat at a ProMusica concert and read through the program book, you might have noticed in our list of musicians, that almost all of them have a sponsor listed along with their position. As you might …

This weekend, we would have gathered together at the Southern Theatre to celebrate the conclusion of our 2019-20 season. Our program would have featured Pulitzer-prize winning composer Caroline Shaw, and the magnificent Brahms Symphony No. 1. We would have also …

While we are all at home, helping to keep our community safe, our musicians and staff are working to find ways to stay connected with all of you!

Concert Broadcasts on WOSU Classical 101 FM
Starting Sunday, May 3 through …

While we wish we could be out in our community sharing music during this difficult time, we want to keep music and learning alive in our city and beyond. Before social distancing became a requirement, we were able to record …