Refuge Through Music
8656 Colesville Rd, Silver Spring, MD 20910, United States
On April 10th, the Refugee Orchestra Project and Gourmet Symphony are coming together to provide a voice to refugees in the United States. Conductor John Devlin will join Lidiya Yankovskaya and the Refugee Project Orchestra in a special concert. The performance will feature a full symphony orchestra and soloists - including award-winning soprano Zhanna Alkhazova - performing works by refugee composers such as Iranian composer Gity Razaz, Bela Bartok, and Irving Berlin, as well as music that involves refugee themes written by Verdi and Puccini, among others. The concert will showcase, through music, the positive impact those who have come to this country seeking safety and a better life have had on American culture and society. It is one of three fundraising events that the Refugee Orchestra Project is organizing this spring.
Admission to the concert is free, donations are suggested. Guests who give a donation of at least $50 will receive premium seating and a gourmet gift box including snack bites from Gourmet Symphony’s culinary partners at Beuchert’s Saloon and Mike Isabella Concepts, among others--this will be capped at 100. Proceeds from the concert will be given to HIAS and IRC in support of asylum seekers in the U.S. and abroad.
PLEASE NOTE: Once you have reserved your tickets, you will still need to visit our donation site to make the donation and reserve your premium seating & gift box.
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$50 Donation - Premium Seating & Gourmet Gift Box