“A memorial to the military of the city”
Founded in 1996, The American Classical Music Hall of Fame seeks to build and sustain enthusiasm for classical music in America by celebrating diverse facets of classical music excellence. IIn May 1998 the first induction took place at Cincinnati’s Historic Music Hall during a concert by the United States Marine Band. This event marked the launch of the Hall of Fame as an award-granting body. The ACMHF currently includes over 100 inductees and presents those it honors with a commemorative medallion designed by wildlife artist John Ruthven. The American Classical Music Walk of Fame in Washington Park is the only project in existence that combines classical music, mobile technology, public spaces, and a dancing fountain. An interactive classical music application that is integrated into a major urban park redevelopment project, the Walk of Fame experience begins with pavement stones engraved with names of Hall of Fame inductees – similar to the Hollywood Stars! But the Walk of Fame is about learning, fun, and classical music, so it doesn’t stop there.
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American Classical Music Hall of Fame and Museum
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