My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Oklahoma Performing Arts, Broken Arrow, OK, USA
My son has been involved with the orchestra for almost 3 years and we owe the refinement and advancement of his talent to his instructor, Tia Juby and to the program director, Laura Tyson. This is a wonderful program to introduce our children to the arts and to give them the opportunity to achieve at a level their desire and talent carries them to. Laura, Tia and Joycelyn have the heart, skill and talent to teach the arts as they should be taught to our students and only need the resources to continue and to lift the program to new and higher levels. The preformances seem to achieve a greater high, though you would not think it is possible as so many of the youth have that star quality that you expect to see them next in the Tulsa Ballet or Tulsa Symphony. It is through this teams dedication to excellence in this program and their desire to propell the arts for future generations that have made it a shining example for the community.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
The level of achievement from the dance team, orchestra and the singing talent.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
skilled, professional and have the heart to teach our children.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
build a facility of its own to support the dance and orchestra studio that can not only promote the arts within the community in Tulsa, but also provide the structure needed for the preformers to have the space and archetechical design.
Ways to make it better...
a schedule was provided for preformances with specific times, dates and items needed were communicated well enough in advance.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every week
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