As many Americans prepare to celebrate the holidays, hundreds of vulnerable children are *still separated from their families* in detainment centers across the country. They live in questionable conditions and are suffering emotionally, mentally, and physically. The trauma of this experience will be with them for years to come. Advocacy groups are working tirelessly to reunite families amidst impossible circumstances.
On December 17, volunteer musicians from the Greenville Symphony, Spartanburg Philharmonic, and Converse College, with John Young Shik Concklin, conductor, have donated their time and talent to help Families Belong Together reunify every child traumatized at our border.
All of Greenville is invited to attend this beautiful concert! We’d be honored if you helped spread the word.
The bar will be open, along with a bake sale to benefit Families Belong Together.
Elgar Serenade for Strings
Mozart Symphony No. 13 in F Major
Bach Air on a G String
[Subject to change]
*Very* special thanks to The Warehouse Theatre for generously donating space for this event!
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