Refuge Through Music
Presented by the Refugee Orchestra Project & Gourmet Symphony
Monday, April 10, 2017
The Fillmore Silver Spring (8656 Colesville Road Silver Spring, MD 20910)
Admission: Free, donations are suggested
The Refugee Orchestra Project and Gourmet Symphony are coming together to provide a voice to refugees in the United States. Conductors John Devlin and Lidiya Yankovskaya will lead an ensemble of musicians from the Refugee Project Orchestra and Gourmet Symphony to offer a special concert for D.C.-area residents. The performance will feature works by refugee composers, such as Iranian composer Gity Razaz, Béla Bartók, and Irving Berlin, as well as music that involves refugee themes written by Verdi and Puccini, among others.
Admission to the concert is free, donations are suggested. The first 100 guests who make a donation of at least $50 will receive premium seating and a small gift box containing snack bites from Gourmet Symphony’s local culinary partners, including Beuchert’s Saloon and Mike Isabella Concepts. All proceeds will benefit the International Rescue Committee and Hebrew International Aid Society in support of asylum seekers abroad.
Wednesday, June 7, 2017
Beuchert's Saloon (623 Pennsylvania Avenue SE Washington, DC 20003)
Time & Tickets: TBA
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