Check out some of our Latest press coverage:

The Miracle of Determination, By Ben Mason, The Blue Ridge Independent, December 18, 2018

Kim Tapper: Exactly in the Right Place To Be, by Leonard Shapiro, Country Spirit Magazine, Holiday 2018

Loudoun Impact Fund Awards $125K in Grants to 16 Nonprofits, LoudounNow, November 15, 2018

Young Couple With Disabilities Brings Their Story to Stage, LoudounNow, November 14, 2018

Award: A Finalist Spotlight: A Place To Be, Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce Blog, September 14, 2018

Loudoun Chamber Announces Small Business Awards Finalists, Loudoun Times-Mirror, September 10, 2018

Mother's Will' Encourages Teens to Reach Out for Help, The Winchester Star, September 10, 2018

An Inspiring Love Story for a Gifted Performing Princess, Country Spirit, Fall 2018

Chamber Announces Small Business Awards Finalists, LoudounNow, September 7, 2018

Interview With Tom Sweitzer About ‘Coming of Age’ Cabaret, in DC Metro Theatre Arts August 7, 2018

Loudoun Leaders Celebrate Rewarding School-Business Partnerships, LoudounNow, March 9, 2018

Middleburg Music Therapist Changes Lives, One Note at a Time,  WTOP February 7, 2018

Music Soothes the Soul and Heals the Body for these Two Middleburg Men, Chantalle Edmunds, Loudoun Times-Mirror, October 27, 2017

Music Therapy Helps Man Regain Voice After Snowboarding Accident, Barbara Harrison, NBC4 Washington, D.C, October 20, 2017

Musical Touring Loudoun County Schools Addresses Suicide Prevention, Loudoun Times-Mirror September 22, 2016

Year In Review: Loudoun’s Parents, Teens Partner to Prevent Suicide

Forum Brings Focus to Teen Suicide Prevention

$64K Donation Targets Suicide Prevention in Loudoun Schools

Loudoun Impact Fund Awards $96K to Nonprofits

For Stroke Survivors in Loudoun hospital's choir, music is the best medicine

Snowboarding accident robs a Virginia man of his voice. Music helps bring it back.

Music triumphs over silence

In its 24th season Loudoun Youth Symphony Orchestra to hold concert for those will special needs

A lesson in empathy: Disabled persons share challenges in Loudoun nonprofit’s annual performance