April 17, 2020
Symphony in Place: NWS's Talented Volunteers
Symphony in Place is a blog series that chronicles the happenings of NWS Fellows, Alumni, Trustees, Volunteers and Staff during the COVID-19 crisis. Click here to access all posts in the series.
Our volunteers are the heart of New World Symphony -- dedicating over 3,000 hours of their time each season to ensure the vibrancy of the arts in our community. Theirs are the friendly faces welcoming audiences to the New World Center and we miss seeing them! Catch up on how they have been staying busy during this time.
Martha St. Charles shares piano performances on Facebook from her apartment, which she is calling her Sanctuary. She is also walking four miles a day and practicing yoga.
Annette Fromm writes her own blog—Creatively Annette, where she reflects on creative activities and cultural encounters. Click here to visit.
Alix Langer is learning Italian online – Brava!
Dr. Lyndon Godsall has been tending to his garden while working from home.
Joyce Zaritsky is writing a novel while listening to New York’s classical music radio station, WQXR.
Suzanna Sanders spends her time reading on her new Kindle, riding her bike and weightlifting.
Vera Hochberg is learning new magic tricks and hosting virtual magic shows for her grandchildren in Maryland and California.
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