A large group of students enrolled in a summer learning program at School #33 in Rochester, attended a musical performance and presentation sponsored by the Rochester Music Hall of Fame. For the second time, representatives of the hall of fame spoke to the fifty or more students gathered in a classroom, about careers in music. They brought along one of the hall of fame’s 2017 Lowry Award winners, Sam Nitsch, to inspire and entertain the kids with his musical talents. He was a big hit!
RMHF president, Karl LaPorta, described the students as respectful and engaged listeners adding, “we love talking to so many smart kids who are very interested in music and in careers in music in some capacity.” Also on hand to help with the presentation were Jim Richmond and Tracy Kroft.