The American Classical Music Walk of Fame in Washington Park, a project of the American Classical Music Hall of Fame, is the only project in existence that combines classical music, mobile technology, public spaces, and a dancing fountain.  An interactive classical music application that is integrated into a major urban park redevelopment project, the Walk of Fame experience begins with pavement stones engraved with names of Hall of Fame inductees – similar to the Hollywood Stars! But the Walk of Fame is about learning, fun, and classical music, so it doesn’t stop there. While in Washington Park, users can see pictures, read bios, and listen to historical/educational audio tours produced by WGUC 90.9 FM. 
To download the app, search for "WOF PLAYER" in the iTunes app store or Android Marketplace.

Founded in 1996, The American Classical Music Hall of Fame is a non-profit organization dedicated to honoring and celebrating the many facets of American classical music. The Hall of Fame seeks to recognize those who have made significant contributions to American classical music and by doing so aspires to sustain and build interest in American classical music. Inductees are on display at The School for Creative and Performing Arts/Erich Kunzel Center for Arts and Education (open only during public events).

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