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Press Release: Harmony Project partners with Northland Performing Arts Center

By February 19, 2018 May 21st, 2018 In the News

Harmony Project Choir Rehearsals to be held at NPAC

Columbus, OH: Harmony Project Productions, Inc., is thrilled to announce its partnership with the Northland Performing Arts Center (NPAC) in North Columbus. Beginning February 19, the Harmony Project Spirit of Columbus Choir will hold its regular rehearsals in the NPAC space.

With its unparalleled growth in the Columbus arts community, Harmony Project more-than-doubled its number of programming participants in the last 12 months. The group has been rehearsing in the Lincoln Theatre since November 2017 but wanted to find a space that helped foster the personal, intimate experience of rehearsals, allowing everyone to truly feel connected and sing together.

“It was important that we found a solution to keep the ‘Harmony feel’ while also allowing us to grow. The space is perfect for us—we will be able to see and hear one another, it is accessible by car or public transportation, and it can easily accommodate our 500 choir members,” said David Brown, Founder and Creative Director of Harmony Project. “This is a change in where we rehearse, not a change in our mission to build a stronger, more inclusive community. In fact, we are thrilled to keep our roots and our administrative offices in the King-Lincoln District while moving our rehearsal site to one our city’s most vibrant neighborhoods,” Brown said.

Harmony Project kicks off its ninth year and its 18th season on February 19.

ABOUT NORTHLAND PERFORMING ARTS CENTER:

The Northland Performing Arts Center (NPAC) is a 501(c)(3) Ohio nonprofit with a mission to serve the central Ohio arts community. NPAC produces and hosts presentations in music, dramatics, the arts, and related fields to foster public interest and education. NPAC seeks to achieve sustainability without a view to profit while not discriminating on the basis of race, color, creed, gender, orientation, or ability to pay. It opened in 2011 on the old Northland Mall grounds and occupies over 30,000 square feet.

ABOUT HARMONY PROJECT PRODUCTIONS:

Harmony Project connects people across social divides through the arts, education, and volunteer community services. Working together, we are building a stronger, more inclusive community with a focus on developing a social infrastructure that unites the community for the common good.

 

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