CMFW Love Concerts raise money to help people in need in Austin and around the world.
Classical Music For the World Love Concert
Saturday, April 21 at 7 to 8:30 p.m.
Oak Hill United Methodist Church
7815 Highway 290 West, Austin, Texas 78736.
CMFW Love Concerts raise money to help people in need in Austin and around the world. All donations go directly to the charities, projects, and organizations we have committed to help. This year, all donations will benefit iACT (Interfaith Action of Central Texas) for helping refugees.
The refugee students from Doss Elementary School will perform West African Welcome Drums and sing West Afghan songs. The CMFW Orchestra will feature the CMFW Young Music Ambassadors as soloists in the Concerto for Two Violins and Cello in D Minor by Vivaldi and CMFW Artistic Director Francesco
Mastromatteo in the Concerto for Cello in C Major by Haydn. Also, Dr. Eugene Gratovich, the Associate Concertmaster of Austin Symphony Orchestra will be featured as the event’s Concertmaster. Admission is free; all ages are welcome. A reception follows the concert.
Please visit http://www.classicalmusicfortheworld.org/upcoming-events/welcome-all-april-21-2018/ for program details, and more.
General admission, free tickets
2018/04/21 - 2018/04/21
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Free post-event reception, all are welcome.