There will be a benefit concert for tsunami survivors on Sunday, April 10, dedicated to child survivors of the tsunami. The music will be on childhood themes (for mature audience - not a children's concert, although children are certainly welcome). It will feature music for soprano & piano, solo piano, & piano 4-hands, presented by Ginger Haselden (soprano), Dr. John Cobb (piano), & Dr. Deborah Belcher (piano). The concert will begin at 3 p.m. on April 10 and will be at New Hope Presbyterian Church in Arden.
Folks, if you live in western North Carolina, I encourage you to go to this concert. Not only is it for a good cause, but you'll get to hear some excellent musicians, including my piano teacher, Deborah Belcher, whose performance will include Schumann!
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