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Iris and Rose Foundation's First Benefit Gala Concert
The Adelphi University Performing Arts Center
*Help Us Raise $100,000 for the Iris and Rose Foundation
All proceeds will be donated directly to the Iris and Rose Foundation Inc.
Please join us on Sunday, September 22nd at 4:00 p.m at Adelphi University Performing Arts Center for a benefit concert.
The Iris Chamber Ensemble of Greater New York
under the direction of
Frances C. Roberts, Conductor
Dr. Kenneth Rosenthal, Pianist and Event M.C.
Avraham Sternklar, Pianist
* Reception and silent auction to follow
** Ticket Prices include seating, reception, and donation to the foundation
** Doors open at 3:00 p.m
The program will feature works by Haydn, Mozart, Milhaud and by Paul Moravec, the Pulitzer Prize winning composer and Adelphi University professor. Dr. Rosenthal and Ms. Roberts will perform alongside the Iris Chamber Ensemble of New York, a superb group of professional musicians. The foundations president, Dr. Rosenthal will perform the two piano version of Scaramouche by Darius Milhaud with Avraham Sternklar, who has been Dr. Rosenthal's teacher and mentor for his whole life.
Those purchasing a VIP ticket, will be invited to attend a private reception prior to the concert. Private invitation to follow. If you are interested in group ticketing please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are unable to attend, please feel free to enter desired donation in donation ticket above. Checks may also be written out to Iris and Rose Foundation- Holding Account, and can be mailed to 310 East Shore Road #102, Great Neck, NY 11023. Seating will be based upon first come first basis for your ticketed section.
For more information and for the concert program please visit: www.irisandrosefoundation.org
When & Where
Iris and Rose Foundation Inc.
The Iris and Rose Foundation provides funds for research, medical care, and support to those suffering from blindness, at risk of blindness, or suffering from other eye diseases and conditions. The foundation focuses on rare eye conditions for whom treatment is not covered by insurance, particularly when cutting edge techniques or surgical care is not yet FDA approved, or where patients lack the economic resources to pay for surgical or other related treatment.
The foundation also provides funding of clinical research for eye diseases, particularly those involving the lens, cornea, iris and ciliary body. The board of the Iris and Rose Foundation is dedicated to assisting individuals with the ability to undergo their surgeries.
The foundation also seeks to support and educate eye surgeons on rare and complex eye surgery, and provide grants to eye research and surgical/technology development.
For more information please visit: irisandrosefoundation.org