Palm Beach Symphony partners with local nonprofit for exhibition of artworks made from musical instruments

Posted on: September 14, 2021

The Palm Beach Symphony and Zero Empty Spaces are co-presenting Musical Masterpieces, a collection of 38 artworks incorporating musical instruments created by more than two dozen local artists. The exhibition is on display from September 6 through November 10 at Zero Empty Spaces Working Art Studio in Palm Beach Gardens; a selection will be displayed in the lobby of the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts at the Palm Beach Symphony’s season-opening concert on November 7. The artists used violins, violas, cellos, clarinets, guitars, and instrument cases as their media. Following the exhibition, the works will be auctioned to benefit both non-profit organizations. “Partnership and collaboration are among our core principles, and we are excited to join forces with Zero Empty Spaces for the first time,” said Palm Beach Symphony CEO David McClymont. “Each year the Symphony receives, rehabs and donates instruments to underserved students or school music programs in Palm Beach County. These extraordinarily talented local artists have taken instruments that could not be repaired and created imaginative and inspiring works of art.”