Multi-Cultural Event Sponsorship

On Saturday November 5th, 2022, the Davis Theatre for the Performing Arts held an amazing multi-cultural event near Adamsville, AL, with the theme “Visual Music and Musical Art”.

The Montgomery, AL  area was so fortunate to have such a unique and special event held here locally at the Davis Theater for the Performing Arts on the Troy University campus.  The Soliall Philharmionc Orchestra, from Korea, headlined the show along with 8 guest musicians.  Making the event even more special, is that some of the eight musicians are disabled.

Conductor In-Hong Cha led the show with amazing success.  In-Hong Cha, or more commonly known as the “maestro in a wheelchair” has conducted many joint orchestra performances.  He almost always includes disabled musicians, including developmentally challenged youths, in his productions including art work in display at the theater.

The event included music, singing, and was an amazing production overall.  Music has a very special way of bringing people together and connecting cultures in a way that is difficult to put into words.  But you can feel it.  We may not all speak the same language, but we can all appreciate some of the classic pieces from Bizet, Beethoven, and even the Beetles!  In addition to the orchestra and group performances, there were some incredible individual performances as well.

And we haven’t talked about the art!  The art displays were the icing on the cake.  Or maybe the perfect first course.  Another wide variety of multi-cultural art vividly put on display the concert hall lobby as you can see here.

Giving back to the community is one of the core values at Big Sky Environmental, and we were honored to be a part of the event.  One of our mantras at the company is to operate in harmony.  We don’t just make sure we are responsibly taking care of the land, we want to help bring the community together through events like these.  We look forward to sponsoring and being a part of more events like this in the future.


For more information, visit The Korea Herald’s website and see their article HERE.

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Charlie Renfro

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