Pawz for Japan

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Performing Arts

Apr 201130

The Drake Hotel Grand Ballroom
140 E Walton Place
Chicago, Illinois
United States


A one-night-only event featuring top classical musicians from the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Civic Orchestra of Chicago, and Lyric Opera Chorus as well as outstanding, award-winning young performers and faculty from area music schools. Funds go directly to benefit the animal victims of the earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan on March 11th.

Beneficiaries:
World Society for the Protection of Animals 
(WSPA) 

World Vets 

Japan Earthquake Animal Rescue and Support 
(JEARS) 

Pre-concert activities**      6 pm
Performances                     7 pm
Tickets:

Reserved seating: $75 
($30 Early Bird Special for the first 20 people by Saturday, April 23, 2011) 

Non-reserved seating: $40 
($15 Early Bird Special for the first 20 people by Saturday, April 23, 2011) 

Performers:
Yuki Asada, soprano
Bryan Shilander, piano
Tokiko Takeuchi, violin
Lyle Nicholson, baritone
Brenda Huang, piano
Seri Lee, cello
Kyle Jannak-Huang, piano
Ryan Jannak-Huang, piano
Toki Takeuchi, soprano
Tage Larsen, trumpet
Adrian Speyrer, trumpet
Shiho Toyonaga, viola
Mamiko Yasuda-Larsen, trumpet, piano
Eriko Shibata, trumpet 

*Join us for a silent/live auction prior to intermission, refreshments and 
a pet portrait station! 

 

intrepidmouse . Last modified Apr 23 2011 6:49 p.m.


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