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Greenville Symphony Orchestra to Feature Woodlands’ Participant Composition

Woodlands participant, George Casselberry was among the composers to be featured on the May 9th spring concert presented by the Greenville Symphony Orchestra. “Woodlands Music”, co-written by  Casselberry and Grammy award winning orchestra, Lucas Richman, was programmed alongside the works of Beethoven and Mussorgski’s in addition to other classical and popular music.

Woodlands Music Coordinator Receives PSO Paul Ross Award

The Woodlands is pleased to announce that Music Coordinator, Kory Antonacci is the 2015 recipient of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra’s Paul Ross Award. The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra named the award for the late Paul Ross, recognizing individuals exhibiting excellence in education and community engagement.  Paul began playing the violin at age 11, graduated from Westinghouse… Read more »

Woodlands Development Coordinator presents ‘Harnessing the power of volunteerism in the workplace’ in United Way eXchange Series

The Woodlands is pleased be represented in the first installment of the United Way’s 2015 eXchange Speaker Series on January 29, 6:00pm at The Kelly Strayhorn Theatre in East Liberty. Woodlands Development Coordinator, Special Events, Catie Cohn, will present ‘Harnessing the power of volunteerism in the workplace’.  Cohn speaks on her experiences in partnering with… Read more »

Woodlands to host annual DIVAS runway show

Wexford, PA  –  The Woodlands will host its annual DIVAS weekend January 30th through 31st, 2015 at its 32 acre campus in Wexford.  The goal of the Woodlands DIVAS weekend is to promote self-confidence, inner beauty, and diversity for young women ages 8 to 24 with disability or chronic illness.  During the “girls-only” sleepover weekend,… Read more »

Beaver County Times: Local women enjoy diva weekend

“The Woodlands Foundation in Marshall Township played host to its annual DIVAS weekend Friday and Saturday. The focus is to promote self-confidence, inner beauty and diversity for young women ages 8 to 24 with disabilities or chronic illness….” View the full article here.