Rochester Commercial Banks Association -- The December 2019 Honors recital and 2018 Gasshuku were both supported by the Rochester Commercial Banks Association - Associated, Bremer, F&M Community, Home Federal, Merchants, Minnwest, ONB, Premier, Sterling State, Think Mutual, U.S., Wells Fargo, and West Banks.
IBM Corporation -- SEMSA also recognizes the generous support of the IBM Corporation through the IBM Community Grant Fund. IBM awarded SEMSA with grants in 2017, 2018, and 2019 is support of recital programs, Gasshuku workshop, and volunteer service.
Minnewest Bank has provided financial support to SEMSA.
The 2016 Improvisational Workshop and 2018 Gasshuku were made possible in part through funding from the Greater Rochester Arts and Cultural Trust.
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- Parent involvement
- Early beginning
- Learning with other children
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