Friday, April 16, 2021

MediaMation receiving award from Asian American Symphony Association

 

Throughout the years, MediaMation, Inc. has taken great pride in its various philanthropical endeavors. In the past the company has worked with organizations such as the YMCA, Inner City Movement – Theater 7000, DARPA, The Daily Breeze Reading Program, Special Olympics and more.

According to MediaMation’s Executive Vice President Alison Jamele: “Years ago, we chose to work with the Asia American Symphony Association (AASA). The youth orchestra of AASA was founded by five time Grammy nominee, jazz pianist, David Benoit, who is the conductor and music director. Dan and I were immediately drawn to this organization, as we both have deep roots in music and our children performed with the youth orchestra as well.”

This year, AASA has chosen MediaMation to be the recipient of their 2018 Bravo Awards. The awards recognize individuals and organizations that have contributed to AASA and the community that support their mission to develop and mentor young musicians by providing educational and performing opportunities in a professional environment.

David Benoit will be conducting and performing with the youth orchestra. The Master of Ceremonies will be long time AASA supporter, David Ono, news anchor of KABC Eyewitness News. MediaMation is honored to be a part of this amazing program.

MediaMation invites you to join them at this year’s gala on Sunday, June 10, 2018 at the LA Hotel Downtown in Los Angeles. Tickets and information can be found at http://aasymphony.org/2018-bravo-awards-registration/.

Alison Jamele says, “We would be appreciative and flattered if you were to join us in accepting this wonderful accolade and hope to see you there.”

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