A Life Ahead, A Life Behind: Facing Multiple Sclerosis in the Family
A benefit concert to support the fight against MS
Good Music for Good and The Saint Cecilia Group are teaming up to present "A Life Ahead, A Life Behind: Facing Multiple Sclerosis in the Family”.
Join us on for an evening of music, and honest talk from Kara Tymon, whose father’s MS inspired her passion for helping the disadvantaged, andStephen Matthie, whose brother was recently diagnosed with MS, and must now face this journey with his brother. Stephen will perform and speak and the program features great music by acclaimed violinist Regino Madrid, clarinetist Cindy Wolverton, cellist Sarah Haughton, and The Wedgwood Quartet.
All proceeds benefit the fight against MS.
Saturday, July 26th, 2014
Where: First Congregational United Church of Christ
945 G Street, NW Washington, DC 20001 (Gallery Place Metro)
$35 per person
Image credit: semmickphoto
Praise for the Saint Cecilia Arts Festival!
Imagination and the American Mind: Tracing the Borders of Beauty
It was, as always, a magical evening. My daughter Abby was so moved by (Julie and Miriam-Rose LeDuc’s)performance of "Amazing Grace”….that is what this night is all about. To lift our souls out of ourselves. That is what art can do at its highest and best. Whether it be something touching and beautiful, something powerful and strong, or something absolutely hilarious. Thank you, Michelle, for understanding this and for providing this evening of inspiration for everyone!
Congrats on the amazing arts festival. Your dedication and great aesthetical sense showed through! I am immensely impressed. Sadly and stupidly I had triple booked myself for Saturday and was only able to stay for the first portion of the evening. Thank you so much for your hard work in bringing such delight to other's through art, what a tremendously positive impact!
The Saint Cecilia Group is a volunteer-run organization but is not a 501 (c) 3 charity; donations are not tax deductible.