Music of Hope, November 16, 2013, Carnegie Hall
Renowned two-time #1 billboard-charting artist Tim Janis brings together some of today’s most sensational artists to celebrate and spread awareness of the intellectual capabilities of those with autism on Saturday, November 16th, at Carnegie Hall. Proceeds from the upcoming Music of Hope concert will benefit the Golden Hat Foundation.
Forte, the new sensational classical-crossover group from America’s Got Talent, will be featured along with versatile opera-to-pop tenor Nathan Pacheco and YouTube star Nick Pitera. Other special guests include the popular Cami Bradley, Sleepy Man Banjo Boys, Amy Petty, a 200-voice choir, and The Montclair State University Orchestra, directed by Ken Lam.
With their unique and compelling talent, these phenomenal performers have inspired and attracted enthusiastic listeners worldwide. Musical Director Tim Janis says, “I wanted to bring in some of today’s most popular artists to be ‘the voice,’ for these amazing individuals living with autism.”Together, these gifted artists offer their support to the Golden Hat Foundation for a magical evening of hope.
Tickets for Music of Hope will be available via Carnegie; (212) 247-7800 and Carnegiehall.org or at the box office starting Friday, October 18th at 11:00 am EDT.
Make sure to check with your employer to see if your ticket purchase qualifies for a matching gift donation! Tax ID: 27-3458145
How would you like to meet the artists and stay in a luxury hotel for the weekend? Check out this exclusive package that includes a private tier one box at the Music of Hope Benefit with backstage passes, a Kate Winslet autographed copy of The Golden Hat: Talking Back to Autism, and a two night stay at The Peninsula New York.
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