EMA19 Concert Gala
Excellence In Music Concert Gala 2019
Nonprofit Announces Its 9th Annual Music Awards Concert Gala and This Year Recognizes Community Excellence
The Excellence in Music Academy and Awards Concert Gala Celebrates Partners Committed to Arts Diversity and Inclusion
[OXON HILL, MD] Sept. 4, 2019 – In previous years, the Excellence In Music Academy and Awards Concert Gala highlighted the accomplishments of emerging artists who successfully completed its merit-based curriculum in stage performance, marketing, metadata, and managing music business finances. This year, the Academy will additionally recognize 8 awardees – 7 organizations and 1 individual – for championing senior citizen issues, aging population advocacy, and elder empowerment.
Among the awardees are D.C. Department of Parks and Planning and D.C. Department of Aging and Community Living. Awardees include Tracy Morgan, R.N. Horton’s Funeral Service, The True Vine Center, House of Jams, Native Productions, and Divine Concept Group, Inc.
We will honor the awardees during The Academy’s Concert Gala on Saturday, October 12, 2019, beginning at 6 o’clock in the evening. The celebration, at THEARC Theatre, 1901 Mississippi Avenue, Southeast, Washington, D.C. will pay tribute to “Community Excellence.” During the event, senior guests and fans of independent music will delight in performances by national and local artist talent of all genres.
Henry Harris, an educator, music industry subject expert and former President of the Stellar Awards Gospel Music Academy Advisory Board is the founder and executive director of the Excellence In Music Academy. Harris explains the organization’s relativity to inclusion and diversity. “Music transcends to all, regardless of barriers, to offer a sense of all-embracing. These are magnificent times when the culture of today’s society; those attentive to the social inclusiveness of senior citizens, meets our Community Excellence Award.” During this celebration, we will honor seniors in attendance. Annually, a VIP Liaison prioritized senior and ensure they have access to needs, which may, physically, be outside of their grasp. This, to eliminate barriers seniors may face.
For more information about The Excellence In Music Academy and Concert Gala, visit http://www.strategicema.org. Media may contact Alecia Jones, publicist, VALIDITY MEDIA GROUP at firstname.lastname@example.org.