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Cello for Charity

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Join cellists Alicia Loui, Paula Tuttle, Will Chow, and Talia Mekinulov, violinists Charles May and Josh Lou, and pianists Tina Faigen and David Harrison for an evening of solos, duets, trios, and quartets! All proceeds will go to ArtistYear, an organization dedicated to addressing inequities in music/arts education ensure that every low-income K-12 student in America has the opportunity to reap the socio-emotional and academic benefits associated with music and arts learning. Research shows that children engaged in the arts reap substantial social, personal, and academic benefits such as the development of critical thinking skills, self-discipline, and civic engagement. The positive effects of arts-rich experiences are especially promising for low-income student populations. However, socioeconomically disadvantaged students are far less likely to experience quality arts instruction compared to affluent peers. Regardless of socioeconomic status, arts education should be accessible for all children.

 

FREE, Donation via gofundme suggested DONATE HERE

Learn about ArtistYear

Download the program

 

University of Pittsburgh campuses are closed to the general public, but open to University members and registered guests. University members can register a guest online. Registered guests will receive a confirmation email that they are required to present, along with a photo ID, upon arrival on campus. By arriving on campus, guests are agreeing to follow the health rules that the University has in place at the time and are affirming that they are not experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.

Streaming will be available to the general public via the Music at Pitt YouTube channel.

Monday, April 4 at 8:00 p.m.

Bellefield Hall, Auditorium
315 South Bellefield Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA, 15260

Cello for Charity

Join cellists Alicia Loui, Paula Tuttle, Will Chow, and Talia Mekinulov, violinists Charles May and Josh Lou, and pianists Tina Faigen and David Harrison for an evening of solos, duets, trios, and quartets! All proceeds will go to ArtistYear, an organization dedicated to addressing inequities in music/arts education ensure that every low-income K-12 student in America has the opportunity to reap the socio-emotional and academic benefits associated with music and arts learning. Research shows that children engaged in the arts reap substantial social, personal, and academic benefits such as the development of critical thinking skills, self-discipline, and civic engagement. The positive effects of arts-rich experiences are especially promising for low-income student populations. However, socioeconomically disadvantaged students are far less likely to experience quality arts instruction compared to affluent peers. Regardless of socioeconomic status, arts education should be accessible for all children.

 

FREE, Donation via gofundme suggested DONATE HERE

Learn about ArtistYear

Download the program

 

University of Pittsburgh campuses are closed to the general public, but open to University members and registered guests. University members can register a guest online. Registered guests will receive a confirmation email that they are required to present, along with a photo ID, upon arrival on campus. By arriving on campus, guests are agreeing to follow the health rules that the University has in place at the time and are affirming that they are not experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.

Streaming will be available to the general public via the Music at Pitt YouTube channel.

Monday, April 4 at 8:00 p.m.

Bellefield Hall, Auditorium
315 South Bellefield Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA, 15260

University Unit
Department of Music
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