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Crowd-pleasing Line-up at Markham Charity Music Concert
October 29, 2013Markham, ON: Participation House, Markham announces its 2013 Students Helping Students Charity Music concert, held Friday, November 8, 2013 at the FLATO Markham Theatre, 171 Town Centre Blvd. Markham, On L3R 8G5. Doors open at 7:00 pm, show starts at 7:30 pm. All proceeds support the charitys Day Program Services for adults with physical and developmental disabilities.
This years event is sponsored by Rotary Club of Markham Sunrise Inc., TD Bank and Long & McQuade and features performances by talented music students from five local high schools. All ensembles will be led by guest conductor Dr. Paula Holcomb from New York Citys SUNY Fredonia School of Music. Special guest performers include Participation House Education Students using the Soundbeam(TM), an ultrasonic beam that responds to movement to make music, and internationally acclaimed break-dancer Luca Lazylegz Patuelli who will demonstrate that anything is achievable with the right attitude. The evenings Master of Ceremonies is long-time friend and supporter to Participation House, Markham - Mark Cullen, Canadas Gardening Expert. The event ends on a high note with the sounds of York Universitys Rhythm & Blues Band, Soul Collective.
Purchase tickets at the FLATO Markham Theatre Box Office: 905-305-7469 or online at http://tinyurl.com/ok99q3t. $20 Adult, $18 Students/ Seniors, $15 each Groups 10+
Sponsorship and advertising opportunities are still available.
For more information about the concert or sponsorship opportunities, contact Lucy Lehman at 905-513-2756 ext.222 or by email at email@example.com
Participation House, Markham provides residential and day program services designed to enhance the quality of life for individuals with physical and developmental disabilities. The Students Helping Students Music Concert raises funds to continue our Education Program Services, which are designed to provide developmentally disabled adults with the skills and independence needed to communicate effectively, find a job, use a computer, or live on their own.
For more information contact:
Phone: 905-513-2756 ext.222
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