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The Cambridge Symphony Orchestra is a community music organization that presents classical music for diverse audiences who value great music in an accessible environment. The overall mission since the founding in 1975 is to harness the power of music to forge lasting relationships with the local community. The CSO continually invests in the community footprint through collaborations with social and cultural organizations in educational programs and spotlight partnerships. The orchestral and chamber music performances at educational facilities (Perkins School for the Blind, Cambridge Community Center), assisted living residences (Youville House, Cadbury Commons), and venues at the center of cultural life in the area (MIT's Kresge Auditorium, the Cambridge and Somerville Public Libraries, The Center for Arts at the Armory) is motivated by a commitment to deep and meaningful engagement with the community. In all of these projects, the all-volunteer roster is the greatest asset, creating outstanding programming through the combined energy of dozens of dedicated and talented individuals who believe in the importance of classical music and expanding our community's access to it.
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