BOSTON – State Senator Jamie Eldridge (D-Acton) and State Representative James Arciero (D-Westford) today announced that the Massachusetts Cultural Council (MCC) has awarded a 19K grant to Indian Hill Music of Littleton.
The grant funding will be used to develop a Cultural Investment Portfolio Program for a professional Concert Series of symphonic programs of the orchestra of Indian Hill, as well as chamber jazz, musical theater and family events, private and group instruction in many genres to students of all ages and abilities and educational programs for underserved schools, free monthly concerts for seniors and bedside singing for those in hospice care.
“I am pleased that Indian Hill will receive a boost in funding and continue to improve services for music lovers of all ages,” said Senator Eldridge. “Indian Hill is a cultural treasure and I am pleased that the Massachusetts Cultural Council was able to provide funding for them.”
“Arts and music are an essential part of the quality of life of any community. This important funding will further cultural programs at Indian Hill Music for people of all ages and will positively impact many lives. I am glad that we were able to make Indian Hill Music one of our funding priorities as I know the great service that they do for our area.” said Representative Arciero.
The MCC is a state agency supporting the arts, sciences, and humanities, to improve the quality of life in Massachusetts and its communities. It pursues its mission through a combination of grants, services, and advocacy for nonprofit cultural organizations, schools, communities, and artists.