Shades of Brown Reunion Concert
NYC Concert to benefit disaster relief in Haiti
|| Lift Every Voice, A Musical Tribute to Recovery Efforts in Haiti
||Saturday, April 10, 2010
||7:00 - 9:00 PM
||Zorzi NYC, 1 East 35th Street (Between 5th Ave and Madison)|
||New York, NY
|Ticket Price:||$25 (Suggested Donation)
About the Event:
You are cordially invited to attend Lift Every Voice, an evening of live musical performances dedicated to recovery efforts in Haiti. The live band and vocalists are alumni of Shades of Brown, a performing arts group founded in 1986 by students at Brown University. This event is co-sponsored by NYU Stern Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Association. All proceeds from the event will be donated to Partners in Health: Stand with Haiti Fund. Come join us for some R&B, soul, Motown and more as we volunteer our talents for a charitable cause.
To learn more about this event, you may contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
About Your Support:
RSVP today if you plan to attend, as space is limited. Suggested donation: $25 per ticket. To reserve your place on the guest list, please purchase your ticket online by clicking here: https://nyustern-spha.campusgroups.com/rsvp.aspx?id=18338
Become a Jukebox Donor if you cannot attend our Haiti Benefit Concert.
Step 1: Contribute $10 to Partners in Health online. To donate click here: http://act.pih.org/page/outreach/view/haitiearthquake/LiftEveryVoice
Step 2: Email a song request and a picture of Shades of Brown to email@example.com. Your submission will be featured during our live show on April 10th.
About the Cause:
Partners In Health (www.pih.org) has been working in Haiti for over 20 years. Before the recent earthquake, PIH had 4,000 employees - including over 100 doctors and 600 nurses - staffing twelve existing PIH medical facilities on the ground in Haiti. PIH was co-founded by Brown alumni Jim Yong Kim '82. With its headquarters in Boston, MA, PIH collaborates with Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women's Hospital to improve delivery of quality healthcare to poor communities around the world.
Zorzi NYC (www.zorzinyc.com) is conveniently located in midtown Manhattan on East 35th Street between 5th Ave and Madison Ave, close to Penn Station and Grand Central.
Nearby Subway Stops - 6 at 33rd St.; B, D, F, N, Q, R, V, W at 34th St.-Herald Sq.
Parking - Garage parking is available across the street from the venue. On-street parking is free after 7 pm.