Why I Sing: An Interview with Larry Griffin

by Colleen Cook Forty years ago, locally-renown choral conductor Richard Wink had an idea: the Mansfield Symphony should have a chorus. So many great symphonic works require a chorus, and Mansfield is…

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Four Events You Won’t Want to Miss in 2017

by Colleen Cook  Few things carry as much potential as a fresh, blank calendar. There’s just something about that blank space that feels free and exciting as you look at the…

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Highlights of 2016, Looking into 2017… and a BIG announcement!

by Mike Miller, President & CEO This has been one of the most exciting and expansive years in my history with the Renaissance, and it’s all thanks to our incredible staff, board, volunteers,…

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3 Things You Support By Giving to the Annual Fund Campaign

By Jessica Dulle & Colleen Cook 1. Education The Renaissance proudly boasts that our Education Department serves 15,000 students each year! We have 13 distinct programs, numerous collaborations with area schools…

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What to Expect When You Come to the Symphony

by Colleen Cook and Chelsie Thompson Something we hear from our patrons a lot is that one of the reasons they hesitate to come to a symphony concert is because, well, they just…

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