Benefit Show For Us Committee For Refugees And Immigrants

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Classical Revolution Cleveland dedicates its February 7 performance at the Euclid Tavern to the US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants.

All donations and proceeds from Tuesday night's show will be given directly to support their mission and Rachel Licina, a USCRI Representative, will be onstage that night to discuss their services, help dispel common myths surrounding refugee and immigrant populations in the US, and offer information for continued support and advocacy.

Please join the musicians of Classical Revolution Cleveland, along with the Bella String Quartet, the Cleveland Cello Quartet, and musicians from the Cleveland Institute of Music in a night of music-making dedicated to Cleveland's refugee community and continued dialogue about one of our world's most vulnerable populations.

Please learn more about the US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (and their Cleveland field office) at: http://refugees.org/field-office/cleveland/

Musicians to include (but are not limited to):
Ariel Clayton Karas, violin
The Bella String Quartet
The Cleveland Cello Quartet
Adrienne Harmon, violin
Kyle Gilner, violin
Melody Teoh, viola
Carlyn Kessler, cello
Andris Koh, cello
Rebecca Shasberger, cello
Minju Kim, violin
Hannah Santisi, viola
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By: Classical Revolution Cleveland