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Classical Music Benefit Concert For Street Kids Of The Philippines To Be Held In Merkin Hall, NYC, April 6, 2009

March 24, 2009 |

Omnilogy, Inc. ( will be hosting a classical music benefit concert entitled "Inspiration Heals: Bridging the Gap Across Cultures and Between Cultures" to be held in Merkin Hall, Manhattan, New York, on Monday, April 6, 2009, at 8:00 PM.

This is a fund raising concert for the Bridging the Gap series, which aims to bridge the gap across and between cultures, and to provide empowerment opportunities for poverty-stricken communities in Southeast Asia. The series advocates that "Inspiration Heals" and promotes One Humanity.

Bridging the Gap is a series of benefit concerts for the underprivileged most especially the poverty stricken children of the world by starting from one city at a time. Join us for an evening of inspired song, dance, and chamber music with performing artists from all over the world. Proceeds from this concert will go to the underprivileged communities in Cebu City, Philippines.

Performers scheduled to appear include: Gulia Abdikadirova (violin), Mariane Lemieux (soprano), Jeremy Rafal (piano), Liza Stepanova (piano), and others.

Merkin Hall is is located at 129 W. 67th St., between Broadway and Amsterdam Ave. in Manhattan's Lincoln Square arts district. Tickets – Single: $35, Students/Seniors: $25 (telephone the box office (212) 501-3330 for additional information and discounted tickets).

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