Gallery 345 - Grand Piano Concert

par PACT Urban Peace Program

  • mardi, 12 septembre 2017 de 2:18 Après-midi à mercredi, 18 octobre 2017 9:00 Après-midi (HAE)
  • Gallery 345 345 Sorauren Ave. #3, Toronto, ON M6R 2G5

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hear the art: Grand Piano Songs sung by a Charismatic Voice

Thursday September 14, 2017 at 8 pm; doors open at 7:15 Free; you can make a donation in support of the PACT Urban Peace Program.

The music will be new grand piano songs, music that really takes you places. Music that could become the new soundtrack to your life.

The event will take place at Gallery 345:

345 Sorauren Ave #3, Toronto, ON M6R 2G5, Canada

Détails

Dob Feldman is not a professional musician, but you will find him here on Thursday the 14th of September. He will try to play the new soundtrack to your life. Meagan Luchko is singing his songs. Dob Feldman hired a musician named Micah Dubinsky to play the hand drums during this concert. Micah kind of looks like Dob. Micah is like Dob's calm, patient, alter ego.

You could invite the friend you haven't seen in a while or the person you know who needs to get out more.

Everyone is welcome, everyone belongs, and we really hope you decide to come. 

Micah Dubinsky is a percussionist, guitar player, keyboard player, and good soul.

Meagan Luchko is a charismatic young singer who performs with the Toronto All Star Big Band and several other ensembles.

Dob Feldman is a lawyer.

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Gallery 345
345 Sorauren Ave. #3, Toronto, ON M6R 2G5

12 septembre 2017
mardi, 12 septembre 2017 2:18 Après-midi (HAE)

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Over the past 16 years, PACT has been creating urban peace by supporting and empowering over 12,000 at-risk, marginalized and underserved young people (13-21) in priority and low income neighbourhoods across the GTA reach their full potential in life. PACT does this through the design and delivery of targeted and effective programs like LifePlan Coaching and a whole range of life and job skills projects in areas such as cooking, fashion, urban agriculture and painting/wall finishing, along with the implementation of best practices, and by building strategic partnerships with the justice and school systems, as well as like minded community based agencies and funders.