Investors Foundation Grants The Elisabeth Morrow School with $2,500

$2,500 Awarded to the School String Program

Judith Fox, Interim Head of School; Amelia Gold, Arts Department Chair and Stacey Goldberg, Assistant Vice President Branch Manager

MADISON — The Investors Foundation, which provides grant funding for not-for-profit organizations that enrich the communities served by Investors Bank, has awarded The Elisabeth Morrow School in Englewood with a $2,500 grant to support The Elisabeth Morrow School’s string program. Investors Bank is located at 134 Main Street, Madison.

Recently, during the dress rehearsal for its winter concert, The Elisabeth Morrow School’s string program was awarded a special grant of $2,500 from the Investors Foundation.  The grant recognizes more than 23 years of excellence in the performing arts and education at the Elisabeth Morrow School and the landmark efforts of founder and director Amelia Gold.  Upon receiving this generous support, Gold said “We cannot thank Investors Foundation enough for providing opportunities for our young artists and encouraging the richness of the performing arts at EMS.”

The various EMS ensembles are frequent guests at Bergen PAC, NJPAC and other performing arts venues around the area.  This year alone, they opened for such diverse artists as violinists Joshua Bell and Ithak Perlman, drummer Sheila E., and ensembles the Black Violin and Sybarite5.

The Elisabeth Morrow School is a pre-kindergarten through eighth grade independent school located in Englewood.  For further information click here.


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