Although we are all scattered about these days, we are all aware of your ongoing efforts to support earthquake relief, and other PIH programs, through the LSO. We heard about the beautiful program and wish only that we had been there to hear it and remember the beauty of music. But even though we weren't there, the beauty of human solidarity comes through loud and clear
Paul Farmer Co-Founder of Partners In Health
Longwood Symphony Orchestra and New England Conservatory
present Symphonic Relief for Haiti at NEC's Jordan Hall on Sunday January
31, 2010, 12:30-2 pm. In addition to LSO and Artistic Director Jonathan
McPhee, featured artists will include NEC faculty Paula Robison and Richard
Stoltzman, NEC student Jean Bernard Cerin and Preparatory student Aurélie
Théramène, A Far Cry chamber orchestra, and the Boston Children's Chorus, Music
Director Anthony Trecek King. Student musicians from NEC, Longy School of
Music, Boston Conservatory, and BostonUniversity will augment
the instrumental ensembles. For more information on the event, please click here.
All tickets for this event are $25 with all proceeds benefiting Partners In Health. For tickets to this event please contact Jordan Hall's Box Office at 617.585.1260 or visit the Box Office at 260 Huntington Avenue, Boston.
Longwood Symphony invites musicians around the world to take part in a global effort to Heal the Community in Haiti through musical performances. Join the growing list of ensembles showing their support through performance. Click here for more information about the movement.
Explore the map below to see where Symphonic Relief for Haiti concerts are taking place around the globe! Click here to register!
Read about Symphonic Relief for Haiti in The Boston Globe's Worldly Boston Blog