Symphony receives Indiana Arts Commission grant


The La Porte County Symphony Orchestra is one of 278 nonprofit organizations throughout the state of Indiana to be awarded American Rescue Plan Act funds from the Indiana Arts Commission. Each organization received $3,000.

Grants were distributed through the commission’s Arts Recovery Program with American Rescue Plan Act funds received from the National Endowment for the Arts.

“We are honored to receive this additional funding from the Indiana Arts Commission,” said La Porte County Symphony Orchestra Executive Director Tim King. “We appreciate the arts commission recognizing that the LCSO continued to perform safely throughout the pandemic in 2020 and 2021. Our intention is to continue in the same manner, keeping musicians and patrons safe while delivering the music they richly deserve.”

The orchestra is entering its 49th season, with Carolyn Watson recently appointed as music director. For information about its upcoming performances and more, visit

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