Rose Ostrowski, a thirteen year old recording artist from Berwick, Pennsylvania is proud to announce a recent endorsed by Hercules Stands.
If you’re unfamiliar with Hercules, their philosophy is simple, yet straight up- to support music education and community. Since 1930, and based in Mount Juliet, TN, KHS Musical Instruments Co., Ltd., has become one of the largest musical instrument producers in the world, incorporating some of the fastest growing brands in the industry. As a global company, KHS selects the finest materials available and controls all aspects of manufacturing in their state-of-the-art, company-owned factories, ensuring consistently high quality and reliability.
A well-know Hercules artist representative recently learned of Rose’s charitable efforts over the last five years which benefited the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Hercules takes a great amount of pride in their full line of products and artists that they represent and stated:
“Hercules Stands is proud to support Rose Ostrowski! We should all be so fortunate to have people in our lives that help carry on the memory of friends departed and heal us all with music, love and optimism.”
“I was ecstatic to hear from the Artist Relations representative from Hercules and that they would like to help support my musical journey. “Their equipment is second to none and I can’t wait to tell everyone just how awesome they are.”, said Ostrowski.
Their full line of stands and other equipment for music professionals can be viewed by visiting www.herculesstands.com
Ostrowski’s information and upcoming shows can be viewed at www.roseostrowski.com. She has several events on the horizon, including performing with a live band in the semifinal round of the 12th annual Get Real/WGRC Talent Competition in Milton, PA on March 23. She accepted an invitation to attend the 16th annual Independent Music Awards at the Lincoln Center in New York City on March 31 and then she’ll sing some classical numbers at the 2018 Young Classical Artists’ public recital at Bloomsburg University’s Carver Hall on Saturday, May 5. Two weeks after she’ll head to Montage Mountain Ski Resort in Scranton, PA for the foundation’s annual Great Strides Walk.
Rose Ostrowski media contact:
Gene Ostrowski (570) 231-1272