Sunday, Sep 24, 2017 3:00p -
The College Club of Boston
44 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02116
Kid Friendly, Music, Performing Arts, Social Good
Enjoy a line up of traditional and ethnic classical music performed by world-class musicians while supporting the Political Asylum/Immigration Representation (PAIR) Project in its fight to protect immigrant rights!
Join PAIR and its supporters for this one-of-a-kind event featuring Anna Lee, a South Korean-born violinist and current student at Harvard College; Layth Sidiq, an Iraqi-born leading violinist on the world music stage and the director of the Arab Music Ensemble at Tufts University; Solomon Lee, a cellist and current student at Manhattan School of Music; and Victor Cayres, a Brazilian pianist and member of the faculty at Boston University School of Music.
This unique events melds classical chamber music, Brazilian piano music and original compositions as a reflection of the diverse performers, who have come together in support of the PAIR Project and its mission to protect immigrant rights. The Boston community is vibrant because of individuals and immigrants like these performers, and the funds raised will help PAIR provide legal aid to low-income immigrants. Learn more about the PAIR Project and its work at www.pairproject.org
A suggested minimum donation of $25 per attendee supports the PAIR Project in its mission to protect immigrant rights.
Light refreshments will be served following the performance.