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Tonight: Tabou Combo & the NSO perform at the Kennedy Center to benefit Red Cross Haiti relief

Posted by Katina on January 22, 2010 at 6:34 pm

If you live in the District of Columbia, Maryland, or Virginia, don’t miss this opportunity to hear great music and raise funds for the Haiti Relief and Development Fund of the American Red Cross. As part of its free Millennium Stage series, the Kennedy Center presents the Haiti Benefit Concert featuring Haitian performers Tabou Combo, Felina Backer and John Pierremont, as well as Georgetown University’s Let Freedom Ring Choir and the National Symphony Orchestra. This free concert, presented in partnership with the Embassy of Haiti will be taking donations for the Red Cross. The concert starts at 5:30 pm. For more information see http:/home/katinara/public_html/


At 8:00 pm, the  National Symphony Orchestra (featuring Ivan Fischer, Christianne Stotijn, and Stig Anderson) will perform a concert with  all proceeds benefiting relief in Haiti. For tickets and more information see: http:/home/katinara/public_html/

Take care (and Help Haiti),



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