Southeastern Minnesota Youth Orchestras (SEMYO) is a non-profit organization that provides opportunities for students in grades 4-12 to rehearse and perform in a symphony orchestra. They have over 250 members who perform in five orchestras on string, woodwind, brass, or percussion instruments.
Each orchestra accommodates students across a wide range of ages and abilities. Through participation in SEMYO ensembles students discover the joy of performing music, become better musicians, and come together as a team to perform orchestral masterworks.
The Rochester Symphony was founded in 1919 as a professional performing arts organization called the Rochester Orchestra. Its earliest ensemble — the Lawler-Dodge Orchestra — was founded in 1912 as a volunteer orchestra motivated by their passion to play, driven by Daisy Plummer, wife of world famous Mayo Clinic physician, Dr. Henry Plummer and directed by Harold Cooke. In early years, the Orchestra appeared in the former Chateau Theatre where they performed background music for silent movies.Please join me in supporting Rochester Symphony
Jeremiah Program offers one of the nation’s most successful strategies for disrupting poverty, two generations at a time. No mother should have to make the untenable choice between investing in herself or supporting her children. The Jeremiah Program's holistic approach invites single mothers into the leadership tent and encourages families to bring all of their identities to bear in achieving their goals.Please join me in supporting the Jeremiah Program
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