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San Diego Symphony

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Voice Over • Video Narration
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Description

Video narration for San Diego Symphony and Rady Shell at Jacobs Park

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English

Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)

Accents

North American, US General American (GenAm)

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
Founded in 1910. The San Diego Symphony is the oldest orchestra in California and one of the largest cultural organizations in San Diego the orchestra, which makes its indoor home at the Jacobs Music Center has been in residence on the San Diego Bayfront nearly two decades utilizing a temporary stage to present 10 weeks of outdoor concerts each summer. Over the course of several years, the San Diego Symphony set in motion, plans to bill a permanent state of the art music venue and public park while simultaneously protecting and activating the tide lands for community based activities known now as the radi Show at Jacob's Park, the symphony is proud to program and operate this special place on the SAn Diego Bayfront. It has quickly become a space that brings families, friends and newcomers together to experience the SAn Diego Symphony Orchestra and a variety of world renowned and locally based artists representing different styles of music. Visitors can enjoy cuisine by san Diego based restaurants and chefs, but most importantly, the rady Shell at Jacob's Park has become a gathering place on the tide lands for all san diegans and a wonderful addition to the city's growing arts and culture scene. And while the rady Shell has already proven to be a welcome addition to san Diego of equal value you to the community is the park on which the rady Shell sits. Jacobs Park surrounds the performance space with walkways, dining pavilions and recreational facilities in the heart of the Embarcadero and is open to the public for free most days of the year, whether it be for one of the free symphony hosted events like the annual picnic in the park summer announcement, the monthly yoga class hosted by the symphony and fit athletic, weekly open rehearsals or people out on their daily morning jogs. The SAn Diego Symphony is proud to have created a space that is welcoming for all and provides access to some of the embarcadero is most beautiful views of downtown Coronado and even the hills of Tijuana. Since the venue's opening, the symphony's initiatives have been transformed to include programs like the community access ticket program offering thousands of low cost and free tickets to community partners for each event and a new collaborative program with barrio Logan that includes meal and transportation vouchers and an extended artistic experience through the venues, food and beverage program, The symphony has developed a partnership with Kitchens for good, an organization that gives people access to careers and the fresh start. They deserve their apprentices, gain life skills training and work on site and through their California state certified apprenticeship programs there, able to move their lives forward and make a positive impact on our communities. The symphony continues to evolve its programs ensuring it provides the array of opportunities needed in the region. This past summer, the SAN Diego Symphony hosted the second year of its student ambassador program at the venue, preparing forward thinking high school seniors for work in the arts industry and beyond. Each student was able to meet with symphony leaders, musician and patrons throughout the course of their program and experienced what it's like to work at a state of the art venue. The rady Shell at Jacob's Park and the orchestra have already drawn national and international media attention for SAn Diego in outlets such as Forbes, the new york times, SAn Diego *****, tribune, travel and leisure, Montreal's le devoir today dot com and many others. The symphony worked closely with the California Coast Commission to create a venue that provides enhanced access to the shore line, free and low cost access to music and programming and the opportunity to create memories that last a lifetime. Working with the ports of SAn Diego. The symphony's programming also supports the ports goals of providing economic vitality and community benefit. The symphony has further developed important relationships with corporate partners, foundations and individuals, all all key stakeholders in supporting these shared goals. While deepening the symphony's connections in the community. The san Diego Symphony looks forward to continuing to work with the California Coastal Commission and the ports of san Diego toward a bright future for the rady Shell at Jacob's Park, creating free programming activities and uses of the park that will ensure access, inspiration and more breathtaking reasons for people to come and enjoy the tide lands