Change the World
An Evening of Cabaret Celebrating the Legacy of Peter Fox
Proceeds Benefit Sitar Arts Center
Saturday, May 11, 2013
1808 Adams Mill Road, NW
Doors open at 6:30 pm
Cocktails & Hors d’oeuvres
In January 2012, the Washington, D.C. community, family, and friends gathered to mourn the loss of an angel. More than a year later we come together again to celebrate Peter Fox’s legacy of living life to its fullest, following your dream, and striving to ‘Change the World.’
Join The Peter Fox Project for a special cabaret to celebrate with Peter’s family and friends.
Featuring performances by Mary Ann Redmond, GMCW’s Potomac Fever and other artists, the evening will also introduce the recipient of the first Peter Fox Award in a partnership with the Sitar Arts Center, an afterschool haven which provides underserved youth the opportunity to discover and develop their gifts in the visual, performing and digital arts.
This evening is a celebration of Peter’s life produced by the Peter Fox Project, now in its second year of partnership with Sitar Arts Center. With your support, The Peter Fox Project will endow the Music Faculty Chair position at the Center under Peter’s name and establish the Peter Fox Award, which will be given to an outstanding music student each year to subsidize tuition to a major music program. Our goal is to raise $25,000 each year for five years.
Although Peter’s start in music was late in life, his story will now inspire hundreds of children in the District by providing them with a comprehensive music education at a minimum cost. The arts truly inspires and empowers youth, and The Peter Fox Project shares the Center’s belief that the development and discovery of one’s creative gifts builds self-knowledge and self-love as well as respect and tolerance for the interests and gifts of others.
These are beliefs we know Peter shared as well.
We hope you’ll join us in celebrating Peter’s legacy through your support of
Sitar Arts Center.
** Sponsors, Table Captains, and VIP’s must RSVP by May 3rd to ensure inclusion in the event’s program booklets.”