It's a sad fact for supporters of local arts and culture that those sectors are the first places to suffer in an economic downturn.
Symphony New Brunswick
President Reid Parker tells CHSJ News even though many people would
rather give to a children's charity or their local hospital rather than a
symphony or theatre company, the arts are still a worthy investment.
says music and the arts are still crucial to growing our cities because
they provide an incentive for people to move here, and improve the
quality of life for those who live here already.