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  • Philip Schworer to Serve on the Cincinnati Arts Association Board of Directors

Frost Brown Todd is pleased to announce that Philip J. Schworer has been elected to the board of the Cincinnati Arts Association (CAA),  a not-for-profit organization that oversees the programming and management of the Aronoff Center and the newly-renovated Music Hall, with a mission to offer a broad range of high quality performing and visual arts programs, develop diverse audiences, foster an appreciation of the arts and understanding of their forms, and encourage the use of its venues. 

Of his position on the board, Schworer states, “I am especially excited about CAA’s commitment to arts education through the Overture Awards scholarship program, having experienced the value of arts education first-hand through my youngest sister, Angie, who is now an accomplished Broadway actor.” 

Schworer first became involved with the organization as a “celebrity” participant in the “Dancing for the Stars” competition to raise funds for the Overture Awards, a competition that he, surprisingly and proudly, won.