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Chamber Music For Charity Concert to Benefit Homeless Solutions


MADISON, NJ - An afternoon of music for Flute, Harp and String Quartet will be held at Grace Episcopal Church in Madison on Sunday, October 22, 2017 at 3:00 PM.

The Chamber Music for Charity concert will feature Mozart, Flute and Harp Concerto in C Major; Concertstück for Harp and Strings by Gabriel Pierné; and A Night Piece by Arthur Foote. Performers are Merynda Adams, harp, John Romeri II, flute, Christopher Collins Lee and Rebecca Harris-Lee, violins, Jordan Fusco, viola and Amy Butler-Visscher, cello.

A reception to follow the concert will be sponsored by ConnectOne Bank.

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The concert is presented by Stardust Music Society of NJ sponsored in part by Adams Dental.

All donations at the door the afternoon of the concert go directly to benefit Homeless Solutions. Homeless Solutions is a private, non-profit organization that has been helping the homeless and working poor in our community since 1983. Their staff and programs give people the tools they need to rebuild their lives, and as working people move to independence, Homeless Solutions provides sustainable homes people can afford. 

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