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Studio Q Architecture Announces Sponsorship as Lead Corporate Sponsor of WSO's Bravo Waterbury! Program

The WSO’s Bravo Waterbury! program has been a beacon of hope and a source of profound social development for Waterbury students over the course of the last 12 years, providing after school music education of underserved children of Waterbury, CT … every single Monday -Thursday 3-5 pm … every single week of the school year. The program is fully funded through generous grants, foundation, corporate support and individual donations without which the Bravo Waterbury! program would simply not be possible.

At the helm of a Waterbury based business, Ron Quicquaro, Principal of Studio Q Architecture, has been grounded in the challenges faced by many families in the city. Thus when Ron approached WSO with the wish to have his firm support "young students in Waterbury, he immediately welcomed the opportunity to be lead corporate sponsor for WSO's Bravo Waterbury! program. We are profoundly grateful to Studio Q Architecture's leadership and generosity in providing sustaining support to such a vital program in need.

Led by multi-award winning architect Ron Quicquaro [Pictured at center], Studio Q Architecture is a collaborative and detail-oriented boutique design firm located in Waterbury, CT.  

The Bravo Waterbury! program is inspired by Venezuela’s “music education miracle” known as El Sistema, a program for social change started over 30 years ago by politician and musician Jose Abreu. The Waterbury Symphony Orchestra, Children’s Community School and other community partners, Bravo uses music education as a bridge between the arts sector and marginalized and under-served communities.   The program teaches musical, social and emotional skills aimed at helping students overcome challenging circumstances and become successful members of their communities.

Just in time to make a profound difference to many, Studio Q Architecture rose the the occasion providing a generous sponsorship of Waterbury Symphony's Bravo Waterbury! program just in time for WSO's Annual Cinema & Symphony Concert at the Palace Theater.

About Studio Q Architecture

Named as one of the best architectural firms in the Greater Hartford area, Waterbury-based Studio Q Architecture is a firm that provides detailed design and planning services to private and commercial clients throughout Connecticut and Massachusetts. The company executes a broad range of projects including multi-family housing, retail and hospitality, healthcare, educational, and historic preservation. This team is highly skilled in graphic communication and urban planning and a notable portion of their work is in the Corporate Market Sector.

Studio Q Architecture is a member of the American Institute of Architects and the U.S. Green Building Council.

Ronald M. Quicquaro  AIA, LEED AP


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About Waterbury Symphony Orchestra Creating music since 1938, the Waterbury Symphony Orchestra’s core belief is that music, music education and shared cultural experiences are essential for humanity.

Three primary strands of the WSO include its MasterWorks Classical Concerts including its annual Symphony & Cinema Concert, its prodigious satellite performances including its Music in Great Spaces series of innovative concerts and smaller ensembles, and finally their celebrated educational programs for libraries, schools, and underserved communities. Led by Leif Bjaland for the past twenty-eight seasons, WSO draws over one hundred talented professional musicians from across New England. As orchestra in residence of the Fine Arts Center, Naugatuck Valley Community College, the Waterbury Symphony wishes to acknowledge the partnership of NVCC and the enduring legacy of the generosity and vision of Ruth Ann Leever. For more information by telephone, call 203-574-4283 For tickets online, visit: For ticketing by phone: 203-346-2000* *Via box office partner, Palace Theater Ticketing Office


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