Southampton Arts Festival Presents 8 yr old piano prodigy, Gavin George performing with our master Classical ArtistsPosted by Stacy
Southampton Arts Festival presents 8 yr old piano prodigy,
Gavin George performing with
our master Classical Artists
(See invite below)
Monday, May 21st 7pm-9pm
Kosciuszko Foundation 15 E 65th NYC supporting of Prodigy/Autism research.
For Tickets and Reception: $75.00 firstname.lastname@example.org
as this is a small venue and seating is limited.
Please join us for a terrific evening with world-renowned classical musicians supporting a great cause. We are proud to also present 8-year-old Piano Prodigy, Gavin George among our master artists.
Southampton Arts Festival celebrating it’s third year, is an international classical music festival featuring today’s leading musicians and child prodigy students.
This year we are so honored to welcome two of the world’s most renowned musicians as our Honorary Artistic Advisors, pianist Evgeny Kissin and violinist/composer Mark O’Connor, who will be performing at our Hampton’s Summer Benefit.
In addition to presenting world class chamber music concerts, the Festival partners with Ohio Sate University research, conducted by professor Joanne Ruthsatz, who was recently featured on 60 minutes. Ruthsatz believes child prodigies may hold the key to understanding the cause of Autism and possibly provide a genetic modifier to help develop a cure. The research is largely based on data collected from young music prodigies.
Also working with the Southampton Arts Festival and the Prodigy/Autism study and who will be at the event are:
Young chef Greg Grossman watch/International Chinese Culinary Competition in Times Square New York, NTD hosted a fundraiser to benefit the New York Sergeants’ Benevolent Association (SBA) and the Uniformed Firemen & Officers Bravest Scholarship Fund.
(of course StacyKnows remembers Greg catering events in the Hamptons when he was barely 12)
and Young Prodigy Artist Lauren Voiers who designed the tribute sculpture to John Lennon in Liverpool, Eng. (www.laurenvoiers.com)
A portion of the proceeds of the Festival and this benefit will go towards the support of Dr. Ruthsatz research and to Long Island and New York local organizations for Autistic Children.
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