NYC, Feb. 5-6: Memorial Concerts to Benefit Pastors for Peace Haiti Medical Fund

Posted on February 5, 2010



IFCO / Pastors for Peace

Fear No Frontier’s Symphony of Dreams Haiti Memorial Benefit Concert

Benefit concert for Haiti at Riverside Church, N.Y.C. Friday 02/05/10 8:00 PM –
Proceeds go to IFCO/Pastors for Peace Haiti Medical Relief Fund.

Over 100 of New York City’s finest musicians will come together to present a
“once-in-a-lifetime” performance of the venerable Brahms Requiem at the
majestic Riverside Church in Manhattan on Friday Feb.5th at 8:00PM.

For Tickets Call 888-71-tickets ($15 in advance, $10 Seniors and Students, and
$20 at the door). Representatives from IFCO will be on hand to accept tax
deductible donations.
490 Riverside Drive.

There will be an encore performance the following night, Saturday Feb. 6th,
also at 8:00PM, at the Our Lady of Refuge Church in Brooklyn.

The new philharmonic orchestra and choir conducted by will be conducted by
maestro Joseph Jones, who has appeared with the MIT Summer Philharmonic, the
Moscow Symphony and the Orchestra Sinfonica de Coyo in Argentina.

Fear No Frontier’s Symphony of Dreams performance of Brahms Requiem also
features soprano Michelle Trovato, winner of numerous national and international
awards from Albania to Washington (including the Metropolitan Opera National
Council) and baritone Austin Larusson, with a Special Guest Appearance by
“deSouza” ~ an a capella family singing group from Australia with music
sales and fans spanning the globe.

Sponsored by IFCO/Pastors for Peace ( [1]), Fear No Frontier
~ A Symphony of Dreams is presenting this Memorial Concert Benefit not only to
commemorate those lost in the Haiti earthquake tragedy, but to also help get
medical support to those still living who need it now.

IFCO/Pastor for Peace Representatives will be on hand to accept the
tax-deductible donations. Visit [2] for more

Proceeds will immediately go to provide medicine and other relief supplies for
doctors and medical personnel in Haiti.

Fear No Frontier’s trust-bond is to raise awareness of worldwide suffering
and injustice, and to take action to help correct these conditions.

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Or go to the IFCO for more info – [3] 212 926-5757

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