The Oak Cliff edition of Advocate magazine features high school seniors who have risen “above obstacles to become stars in the class of 2017.” One of the students profiled is FACP scholarship student Kenoly Kadia, a gifted pianist whose studies with Teaching Artist John Tatum have him on the threshold of selecting a university to continue with music.

Star-Telegram columnist Maricar Estrella included the remaining Bancroft Family Concerts on her list, “Where to go for free Spring Break fun in DFW.”

Travel website CheapOair has included our Basically Beethoven Festival and Bancroft Family Concert series on their curated list, “Free Things to Do in Dallas.”

CultureMap Dallas reported on the 14 arts groups to receive funding from Dallas Arts District Foundation. FACP is proud to be a Foundation grant recipient for over 20 years!



Classical music critic Robin Coffelt included our Basically Beethoven Festival in her 2016 in Review for TheaterJones.

Wayne Lee Gay with TheaterJones reviewed the opening performance of our Bancroft Family Concert 2016-2017 season. The “Harps in Harmony” concert  featured the Dallas Harp Quartet.

Executive Rachel Assi appeared on “Midday” on WFAA-Channel 8 to talk about our Bancroft Family Concerts and the season opening concert, “Harps in Harmony.”

WFAA-Channel 8 and reporter Demond Fernandez profiled our piano program at David W. Carter High School during their newscast.

Senior piano student Kenoly Kadia, part of our education program at David W. Carter High School was featured as a “Class Act of the Week” on the CW33.

Read about the Rogene Russell Scholarship Fund in The Dallas Morning News.

The FrontRow blog from D Magazine featured our 36th annual Basically Beethoven Festival online.


Click here to read about Fine Arts Chamber Players’ educational outreach efforts. Composition student Quinn Mason recently received a prestigious music award.

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