In 1914, the world’s first community foundation was established in Cleveland to bring about and support improvements for the public good. In the more than one hundred years that have followed, the growth of arts-based community organizations and nonprofits in Cleveland are a testament to that heritage and a reflection of our city’s continuing commitment to the arts.
Join us at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 1 at Goldhorn Brewery for a mixer and panel discussion on community organizations and nonprofits that help to shape and bolster our music community.
Gabe Pollack, Director, BOP STOP at The Music Settlement
Megan Van Voorhis, President and CEO, Community Partnership for Arts and Culture
John Panza, President, Panza Foundation
Kevin Richards, Artistic Director, Roots of American Music
Tim Smith, Co-Founder, Steel Yard Soundsystem
Sixth City Sound's Mixing Sessions serve as a chance for musicians and those in the music industry to network, socialize and discuss how we can all work together to form a stronger music community in Cleveland. Come ready to eat, drink, and discuss!