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 Cellist Yo-Yo Ma, a middle aged Asian man with glasses and wearing dark pants and a dark blazer, holds a book of sheet music and smiles widely at a student cellist, an Asian woman with long dark hair, who smiles widely back at him. She sits on a bench in front of a grand piano, holding her cello between her knees.

We have accomplished so much at the Moss Arts Center since we opened our doors in 2013, and we know this important work is going to continue to strengthen and prosper thanks to the generous support of our donors.

You are the reason we can bring life-transforming opportunities to students of all ages.

Your support allows us to offer master classes, workshops, and special performances to elementary, middle, high school, and college-aged students. These experiences show them how the arts can be a unifying force that bridges cultural, religious, ethnic, and economic differences.

Even during our distanced circumstances, we connected students and artists virtually for special engagement opportunities.