.21Voices "A Rock Symphony" Benefit Concert for Alzheimer's - Nov 12


21Voices presents  "A Rock Symphony"

Benefit Concerts for Alzheimer's

"A Rock Symphony" was written and composed by singer/songwriter Tom Kurlander & composer/conductor Kyle Simpson. All proceeds go to the nonprofit 21Vocies and the production of the documentary, 21Voices: Touched by Alzheimer's. Tickets now on sale at  21Voices.org for  Saturday, November 12 at 7pm at North Catholic High School, Cranberry, PA. ($10 Students / $45 Adults)

Enjoy an evening of music and memories and a good cause as 21Voices "A Rock Symphony" takes you on a walk down musical memory lane, music often being the last memory to go with Alzheimer's.  A multi-media event including a laser light show and movie experience, with a set list ranging form "Rhapsody In Blue" to "Who Are You." 

21Voices.org is a 501c3 nonprofit organization. All donations are tax deductible. All proceeds go to the production of the documentary film, 21Voices: Touched by Alzheimer's. Learn more at 21Voices.org

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21Voices "A Rock Symphony" Premiere at The Oaks Theater - Oct 22, 2016

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Tickets for "A Rock Symphony" Nov 12 in Cranberry, PA now on sale at 21Voices.org


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