Friends of Lexington Music, Art and Drama Students, Inc., established formally in the 1994-95 school year, is a non-profit organization created to foster and promote excellence in the visual and performing arts programs in the Lexington, Massachusetts Public Schools. Supporting the essential role of the arts in the life of every Lexington student is the guiding principle of FOLMADS.
New Events App Available to Download Now!
The FOLMADS Lexington Arts Events App, designed by student interns Robin Pan and Samuel Offsey, is now available to download. Use it to keep track of visual and performing arts events at Lexington Public Schools and "favorite" the ones you are most interested in. To download, click here or scan the QR code below. The app is completely free!
Lexington High Chamber Singers Win Honor
Lexington High School’s 38-member Chamber Singers, vying against roughly 40 groups, won a spot to perform during the Eastern Region Conference of the American Choral Directions Association in February in Boston.
The Chamber Singers, directed by Lexington High’s director of choruses Jason Iannuzzi, are one of nine groups chosen for the honor.
The groups will perform throughout the four-day conference, and the Lexington chorus will perform its work at St. Cecilia Parish on Feb. 22. Ticket information is to come later.
Generous contributions from parents and other community members are used to purchase items and fund opportunities that are not covered by the school budget.
Click HERE to make a tax-deductible contribution that support the vital performing and visual arts programs in the Lexington Public Schools!
FOLMADS is a non-profit, tax exempt 501(c)(3) organization.
Donate to the Lexington Public Schools Jazz Program online!
Proceeds from ticket sales to LPS jazz concerts are a vital source of funding for numerous educational enrichment opportunities that are not covered by the school budget, including the jazz guest artist, who works side-by-side with the students musicians, and workshops and high school festivals, where students and teachers receive valuable feedback from expert clinicians.
This year, because of the coronavirus epidemic, audience members cannot be invited to hear our jazz performances in person, and tickets cannot be sold at the door as a result. To prevent the program from being hurt by the lost revenue from ticket sales, please make a donation online in lieu of purchasing tickets. These tax-deductible donations directly support the jazz program.
Use this link to make a vital contribution to support the jazz in the Lexington Public Schools: