When talented young musicians decide to share their gifts with the elderly, a transformative process is set in motion. Suite Melody Care
opens up these opportunities.
The University Club of Toronto is hosting a benefit concert for Suite Melody Care
on Friday May 27th
at 6:30 pm. Joining Grand Prize Winner of the Canadian Music Competition Leslie Ashworth will be: violist Eric Nowlin (TSO and New Orford String Quartet), violinist Barry Shiffman (Co-Founder of St. Lawrence Quartet) and pianist Dianne Werner (ARC Ensemble).
Founded by Leslie Ashworth, Suite Melody Care
) is a youth volunteer community program that encourages musically gifted young people to give back to the community by bringing live music and musical trivia to those recovering from an illness/injury and to the elderly. Currently, theSuite Melody Care
program has over 20 performer volunteers giving themed musical performances in long-term care facilities, retirement homes, and hospitals across Northern and Southern Ontario. In 2015, Suite Melody Care
shared over 120 individual volunteer performances with more than 2,600 people.
Please come support our community's young musicians in their heart-warming initiative. A limited number of tickets to the May 27th
private concert are available at $125 and include the reception, dinner with wine and concert. To purchase your ticket, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org