Celebrate Japan Benefit Concert

Saturday April 2, 2011 3:00- 5:00

Chatham University

Campbell Memorial Chapel

Woodland Rd Pittsburgh PA 15232

 

 

 

Chatham University’s Japanese students along with Pauline Rovkah, director of the music program, and Bruce Rosenthal, director of business programs, are combining their talents and love for Japan to present a concert and reception to benefit the survivors of the March 11 earthquake and tsunami.

Immediately after the concert a reception will be held featuring Japanese art, food and clothing in the James Laughlin Music Hall.

Suggested donations for the concert are $15 for adults and $5 for students; and $5 for adults and students at the reception. Donations benefit Brother’s Brother Foundation and will be accepted at the door; no advance tickets or reserved seats are available.

The concert will feature:
From the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
Mark Huggins, associate concertmaster PSO
Tatjana Chamis, associate principal viola PSO
Michail Istomin, cello PSO
Michael Lipman, cello PSO
Jennifer Orchard, violin PSO
Yuko Uchiyama, violin PSO
Jeff Grubbs, bass PSO
Betsy Heston, assistant principal bass PSO
Micah Howard, bass PSO

Jazz musicians
Vocalists –
Maureen Budway
Jessie Glovier
Tania Grubbs
Kenia
Jessica Lee
Donna Bailey Sauers
Genie Walker

Instrumentalists –
Howard Alexander, piano
Thomas Glovier, piano
Roger Humphries, percussion
Daniel May, piano

Other artists:
Desiree Soteres, soprano
Lilly Abreu, soprano
David Bennett, cello
Yeeha Chiu, piano
Pittsburgh Baroque Ensemble (PBE), Rick Murrell artistic director, trumpet
Pauline Rovkah, piano
Leon Salcedo, guitar

30. March 2011 by jsnyder
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