The Fountains of Musica Foundation
The Fountains of Musica Foundation is a new 501(c)(3) nonprofit established to complete the Nashville Music Row iconic sculpture which is considered to be the largest bronze figure group in the United States. Unveiled in 2003, “Musica” was created by one of the world’s foremost figurative sculptors, Alan LeQuire. Partnering with internationally acclaimed aquatic design firm, WET, a stunning fountain will be added to the sculpture as originally commissioned. “Musica,” 38 feet in height, is composed of nine dancing figures in a circular composition capturing the joy and exuberance of all genres of music reflected in the diverse and artistic Music City community.
The foundation is raising money to complete the original “Musica” project by adding its fountain and to create a fund for its future maintenance. A capital campaign is currently underway with a completion goal of 2017.
Grammy-winning producer and Songwriters Hall Of Fame Inductee Desmond Child is the Fountains of Musica Foundation Chairman along with his co-founder, Andrée LeQuire, who serves as president.