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Strathmore Music Center: Coping with Pandemic and Looking Ahead

Thursday, April 08, 2021, 3:00 PM until 4:00 PM
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Katharine Kosin
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Monica Jeffries Hazangeles, President and CEO of Strathmore Music Center, shares how Strathmore is coping with Covid-19 pandemic restrictions and its plans for reawakening programs going forward. Strathmore presents world-class talent and serves as a launchpad for local artists. It presents nearly 300 events each year at the Music Center and related venues. Ms. Jeffries Hazangeles has helped transform Strathmore from a modest organization into one of the largest multi-disciplinary arts presenters in the state of Maryland. She will be joined in this session by Leon Scioscia, Executive VP of Operations. Hosted by North Bethesda Village. Email with the program name by April 6 to register.