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106th CONGRESS
  2d Session
H. CON. RES. 229


_______________________________________________________________________


                   IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

                 June 7 (legislative day, June 6), 2000

        Received and referred to the Committee on the Judiciary

_______________________________________________________________________

                         CONCURRENT RESOLUTION


 
     Expressing the sense of Congress regarding the United States 
Congressional Philharmonic Society and its mission of promoting musical 
excellence throughout the educational system and encouraging people of 
 all ages to commit to the love and expression of musical performance.

Whereas in February 1996, several Senators and Members of the House of 
        Representatives participated in a performance of the Broadway musical 
        ``1776'', a story depicting the signing of the Declaration of 
        Independence;
Whereas in April 1996 several Senators and Members of the House of 
        Representatives met with Maestro Martin


Piecuch, the music director of the musical ``1776'', and formed the United 
States Congressional Choral Society;

Whereas on May 20, 1998, the United States Congressional Choral Society debuted 
        at St. Joseph's Church on Capitol Hill, with standing ovations following 
        its rendition of the ``Song of Democracy'' and the ``Battle Hymn of the 
        Republic'';
Whereas on March 13, 1999, the United States Congressional Philharmonic 
        Orchestra String Quartet played before the Ambassador to the United 
        States from Canada at the Embassy of Canada in the District of Columbia;
Whereas on March 19, 1999, the United States Congressional Choral Society 
        appeared in performance at the Washington National Cathedral;
Whereas on May 13, 1999, the United States Congressional Philharmonic Orchestra 
        String Quartet played before a gathering of Ambassadors at the Benjamin 
        Franklin Diplomatic Reception Room of the United States Department of 
        State;
Whereas the United States Congressional Philharmonic Society is approved as a 
        501(c)(3) nonprofit organization under the Internal Revenue Code and is 
        a corporation in good standing under the laws of the State of Delaware;
Whereas the United States Congressional Philharmonic Society will offer free 
        concerts to the public in the Washington metropolitan area;
Whereas the United States Congressional Philharmonic Society will encourage the 
        development of young musical talent across the United States by 
        providing educational programs for schools across the nation and 
        establishing internships and scholarships; and
Whereas the United States Congressional Philharmonic Society envisions holding a 
        series of concerts focusing on themes such as Celebrations of America, 
        Salutes to the States, a Great Americans series, and an International 
        Congressional Concert series: Now, therefore, be it
    Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), 
That it is the sense of the Congress that the United States 
Congressional Philharmonic Society should be applauded--
            (1) for organizing two musical groups, the United States 
        Congressional Choral Society and the United States 
        Congressional Philharmonic Orchestra;
            (2) for having as its mission the promotion of patriotism, 
        freedom, democracy, and understanding of American culture 
        through sponsorship, management, and support of these groups 
        and their derivative ensembles as they communicate through the 
        international language of music in concerts and other 
        multimedia performances in the District of Columbia and 
        throughout the United States and the world; and
            (3) for promoting musical excellence throughout the 
        educational system, from pre-school through post-graduate, and 
        encouraging people of all ages to commit to the love and 
        expression of musical performance.

            Passed the House of Representatives June 6, 2000.

            Attest:

                                                 JEFF TRANDAHL,

                                                                 Clerk.

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