.Tickets Now Available for 21Voices: A Rock Symphony Benefit Concert for Alzheimer's


21Voices Presents A Rock Symphony

Written & Composed by Tom Kurlander & Kyle Simpson

A benefit concert where classical meets rock n' roll in a live music performance and motion picture experience that will take you on a journey down musical memory lane.

Proceeds benefit 21Voices and the production of the breakthrough documentary 21Voices: Touched by Alzheimer's. Learn more at 21Voices.org

Tom Kurlander is a prolific singer-songwriter and recording artist who's most recent release, Sugar Burn Sessions, is available on iTunes. Tom also tours extensively with his band. His music has been described as "a cross between Bob Dylan and the Rolling Stones." The multi-talented Kurlander is also a noted documentary filmmaker and actor, appearing in such films as Kindergarten Cop, Young Guns II and Flatliners.

Kyle Simpson is a Pittsburgh-area composer/performer who played trumpet in the Glenn Miller Orchestra, and has composed music for such ensembles as the Henry Mancini Institute Orchestra in Los Angeles, The Count Basie Orchestra, The Janáček Philharmonic in Ostrava, CZ, and the NYU-ASCAP Film Orchestra in New York. His compositions have been premiered and featured at festivals in France, Czech Republic, Italy, Croatia, and North America. In 2011 ASCAP named him a "composer to watch."

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