Plainview, NY (March 4, 2013) All Music Inc, Long Islands Premier Guitar and Music Store with Guitars, Basses, Amps, Instrument Repairs, Lessons and more for the past 28 years, is very proud to announce that the Long Island Arts Council of Freeport has selected Owner Guy Brogna to receive one of its 2013 Outstanding Advocates for the Arts Awards at their March 13th awards reception at the Adelphi Center for Performing Arts, located at 1 South Ave in Garden City, NY 11530 call (516) 877-4000 or visit http://aupac.adelphi.edu/ for more info.
Mr Brogna will be honored along with many other deserving colleagues who have demonstrated a commitment to the advancement of arts here on Long Island.
"This has been my passion and my life's work, both as a vocation and an avocation, so this event is very important to me" Guy said "I hope to have you join me that night, or if you can't make it please offer up a donation to help me reach my personal fundraising goal of $1000 to the cause."
To attend the event or make a donation, please visit Honoring Guy Brogna at Eventbrite: http://honoringguybrogna.eventbrite.com/
Proceeds of this important event will benefit the Long Island Arts Council at Freeport, a not-for-profit organization which offers a variety of programs and services, learn more at http://www.liacfreeport.org/
ABOUT ALL MUSIC INC:
The original All Music INC in Plainview has long been Long Island’s favorite destination for all things GUITAR and BASS related with a fine selection of custom, exotic, vintage and collectable rarities and an always changing selection of used and modestly priced instruments for folks on a budget since 1984. Since its inception in 2011, All Music's Rock N Roll University has quickly become a go to source for musicians looking for a top Full Line Musical Retail, Rental & Repair Store offering Private, Jams & Performance Lessons.
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ABOUT THE LONG ISLAND ARTS COUNCIL AT FREEPORT
The Arts Council administers High 5 Long Island (a program providing teenagers with $5 tickets to cultural events and special youth programming), presents concerts and exhibits, is active in community development, sponsors a juried photography show, recommends artists for employment and exhibit opportunities, coordinates art classes, donates musical instruments to schools in underserved communities, manages an international musical composition contest, organizes craft fairs, hosts arts networking opportunities, coordinates management seminars, implements an online Culture Calendar, listing of opportunities for artists, and Artist Directory, and more.