Stafford, Maryland, USA – On May 23, the Maryland Academy of Musicians and Arts announced the birth of its new music academy.
The Marylanders first academy was founded in 1925, and is home to a large collection of music instruments and instruments trophies for students and alumni.
The academy has expanded its scope, with a focus on the arts and education, and will be in the Marylands largest festival, Concert for the Spirit 2016, in September.
More details to come. Posted by Lily Benson on Monday, May 20, 20:17:11 A quick glance at the academy’s website reveals more than 40 musical instruments and opera tricks, including a drum kit and bass drum troll that will allow students to perform with their own drumsticks.
“Maryland Music Academy is a place where all of us can learn together,” said Dr. Mary Ann Meehan, president of the Maryland Academy of Music & Arts.
“We are proud to offer our students the opportunity to hone their skills and develop as musicians.”
More: The Maryland Academy is the second largest music academy in the country, with about 1,500 students, according to the Maryland Arts Council.
In 2015, a new featured event the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra received the highest academic honor in the United States.
A certificate from the Academy was accepted for the first time by the symphony in 2018.
It also is the first Academi of Music to receive the 2018 Academic Credential from the International Association of Acousticians and the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.
Meehan also is chair of the Board of Directors for the Museum of the Moving Image and Chair of the Board of Students for the School of Art & Design.
With more than 15,000 students in its beginning in 1919, MaryLandMusicAcademics has grown to more than 30 operas and 3,000 students each years.
Marys Acacia of Music and Arts is located at The Mall at the Baltimore Mall in Towson on the Northside.
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