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Fidelity Investments to Surprise High School Students with New Musical Instruments

WHAT: Students at Dunbar High School will receive a big surprise during a special music assembly Friday, December 2, to help expand their band program, courtesy of Fidelity Investments’® and the company’s ongoing efforts to support leadership programs and experiential learning opportunities in public schools.

Following a performance by the Dunbar High School band, a group from Fidelity® will surprise the music students by unveiling a donation of much needed new instruments, including:

  • 4 marching snare drums
  • 6 marching tenor drums
  • 3 marching bass drums
  • 2 sets of marching quints
  • 11 sets of drum mallets
  • 4 pair of crash cymbals
  • 3 flutes
  • 3 clarinets
  • 3 trumpets
  • 2 alto saxophones

The donation, collectively valued at more than $32,000, is being made as part of Fidelity’s ongoing efforts to support public school programs, and encourage the musical interests and talents of local students. The donation of instruments is being facilitated by The Mr. Holland’s Opus Foundation.

WHEN: Friday, December 2, 2016, 10:30 AM

WHERE: Paul Laurence Dunbar High School, 5700 Ramey Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 

WHO: Dunbar Principal Sajade Miller, Dunbar Band Director David Rhone, Members of the Dunbar High School Band, Onisa Treibs, Vice President, Fidelity Investments Southlake Investor Center

Media contacts for Fidelity Investments: Michelle Tessier,, 202-492-0485

Media Relations,, 617-563-5800




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