The American Classical Music Hall Of Fame offers a complimentary smartphone application for playing inductee music through your phone and also through Washington Park’s PA system.

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Take a tour of the Walk of Fame, showcasing American Classical Music Hall Of Fame inductees, along with an incredible dancing fountain.

Charles Wadsworth was inducted into the Hall of Fame by Executive Director Dr. Nina Perlove during a performance at the Spoleto Festival in the Dock Street Theater in Charleston, South Carolina.

The 2012 Gala celebrated the launch of the world\'s first classical walk of fame - in Washington Park, Cincinnati, Ohio. The event was sponsored by nielsen and UC Health. Thanks to everyone who came out for this fun event, including performers from Cincinnati Ballet Company II.

Chorus America was inducted into the Hall of Fame during a concert of the 2012 World Choir Games in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Composer John Corigliano was inducted on stage at a performance of The Ghost of Versailles at the Manhattan School of Music.

Violin Soloist Midori was inducted following a performance of the Beethoven Violin Concerto with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.

Piatigorsky was inducted at the Piatigorsky International Cello Festival at the University of Southern California.

The Hall of Fame Educational Displays may now be viewed at the Erich Kunzel School for Creative and Performing Arts.

Composer Philip Glass was inducted into the Hall of Fame at a performance of his Double Timpani Concerto at Cincinnati\'s Music Hall. A pre-concert party celebrated Glass.

Composer William Bolcom was inducted during a performance and luncheon celebrating the Bolcom-Morris Duo in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

The Emerson String Quartet, ASCAP, Joseph Polisi and BMI were inducted at a luncheon at the Juilliard School.

The Dvorak Museum in Spillville accepted the medallion presented by ACMHF Board member Dr. Vance Wolverton in 2012. For more information on this event, see

Composer Steve Reich was inducted during a performance at Stanford Live!

OPERA America was inducted during a private event hosted by The Cincinnati Opera.

Dale Warland was inducted into the Hall of Fame by ACMHF Board member Earl Rivers on Thursday, March 14 at two ceremonies at the American Choral Directors Association national convention in Dallas, Texas.

Dave Brubeck being inducted into the American Classical Music Hall of Fame by ACMHF Board Member Steven Monder, backstage in Buffalo N Y.

The ACMHF Medallion is awarded to all inductees and/or their estates. It shows an eagle and a lyre and was designed by wildlife artist John Ruthven.

Weston Noble was inducted on March 21, 2014 in Des Moins, Iowa at the Civic Center as part of the American Choral Director's Association Conference. Medallion presented by Dr. Vance Wolverton

Composer Aaron Jay Kernis inducted on April 21, 2014 at a concert of the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts, St. Paul, MN. Medallion Presented by Dr. Nina Perlove

On June 23, 2014, the American Guild of Organists was inducted by ACMHF Board member Dr. Vance Wolverton at a ceremony at Symphony Hall in Boston. The medallion was accepted on behalf of the AGO by President Eileen Guenther.

On September 25, 2015, Henry Lewis was inducted into the Hall of Fame by Board Chair Brian Shepard at the Opening Gala of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra in Newark, New Jersey. Lewis's daughter, Angela Houle, received the medallion. Photos taken by Fred Stucker

Washington Park Walk Of Fame Panoramic Tour

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