Benefit Concert featuring music from The Carpenters and Simon & Garfunkel

Benefit Concert featuring music from The Carpenters and Simon & Garfunkel

Give the gift of music this holiday season by attending the Snohomish County Music Project’s First Annual Music Therapy Benefit Concert featuring musical selections from The Carpenters and Simon & Garfunkel.

Members of the Seattle Rock Orchestra will perform as the Sound Edge String Quartet on December 3rd with powerhouse vocalists Jimmie HerrodTamara Power Drutis of Phinney Estate, and Ian Williams of The Thoughts.

Join us for this unique classic music event taking place at the Northwest Music Hall in Everett, WA on December 3, 2016 . Doors open at 6:30PM. Early bird tickets are available for $40 through November 18, 2016. Regular admission tickets include hor d’oeuvres and one free drink for $50. VIP tickets include VIP seating, hor d’oeuvres and one free premium drink, and admittance to the Post-Event Soiree with Performer Meet & Greet for $100.

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From 6:30-7:30 p.m. there will be a Reception and Silent Auction featuring violins that have been transformed into pieces of art by students in Everett High School’s AP Arts Class and a Custom Designed and Hand Crafted Appalachian Mountain Dulcimer donated for our Silent Auction by local artist, John Ellis, with Sunny Side Dulcimers.

The Snohomish County Music Project is a non-profit organization that provides Music Therapy Services to at-risk children and youth, veterans struggling with depression and PTSD, and seniors suffering from aging-related illnesses. By attending this Music Therapy Benefit Concert,  you’re not just enjoying the musical stylings of The Carpenters and Simon & Garfunkel – you’re helping us provide Free Music Therapy Services  for some of our community’s most vulnerable citizens who would not otherwise have access to these services.

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If you cannot attend, please consider making a donation to help pay for music therapy to low-income families who would not otherwise be able to afford it.

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