Piedmont Symphony Orchestra Announces Concert To Benefit Hurricane Harvey Victims
Piedmont Symphony Orchestra (PSO) announced Friday during a live interview with Robb Foster on The Valley Today their “Rock 4 Relief” concert to benefit those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. The concert will be held on Sunday, October 8th, at 6pm in Warrenton at the Highland Center for the Arts. All proceeds will go to select charities to include The Red Cross, Habitat for Humanity and ASPCA to help the recovery efforts. All artists are donating their services for this cause and will perform fan favorites from Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, and more. PSO is bringing back Michelle Kern who made her debut this summer at the Shenandoah Valley Music Festival.
Other artistic partners joining the PSO include: The Reston Chorale, soprano Emily Casey, and The Silver Tones swing band. Sound engineering services are being donated by Sirius X satellite radio music producers Jack MacInnis and Michael Taylor.
PSO hopes to partner with businesses and the community to hold fundraising drives culminating with the concert on October 8th. They hope to then announce the total amount raised on stage during the event. Tickets will go on sale in the coming weeks on their website: piedmontsymphony.org You can also follow them on Facebook for updates: https://www.facebook.com/piedmontsymphony/
To download the flyer, click here: ROCK 4 RELIEF POSTER
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