San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join the New Destiny Housing Junior Council for a benefit concert featuring
Piano works by
Sergei Prokofiev, Claude Debussy, Frédéric Chopin, and Paul Morin
New York-based pianist, composer and contemporary artist, Paul Morin, is a Prizewinner at the Music Club of Douglaston Piano Competition and The Suffolk County Piano Forum Prize. Paul has performed extensively in United States and South America. His most recent public performances include Faust Harrison Hall, Blackbox Theater, Saint Peters NYC, The United Nations, The Staller Center, and UTEQ University in Ecuador. Paul has recently performed with The Stony Brook Symphony Orchestra and The New York University Symphony Orchestra. He is professionally associated with The American Composers Forum, The College Music Society, The Music Teachers National and The Suffolk Piano Teachers Forum. In November 2011, Paul released his CD for solo piano Succession of Images. XLNT Music Label expresses, "Paul Morin is a fine pianist that performs with superb pianism and great sensitivity." The Gallery&Studio Magazine described Paul’s art as “comprised of soft, variegated vertical strokes and streaks of vibrant color, strike one as notes in a kind of visual music." In 2008, Paul received a Masters Degree in Piano Performance and Composition from New York University. In 2006, he received a Bachelors Degree of Music from Stony Brook University. Paul regularly teaches master classes in piano; he has also been an Adjunct-instructor at New York University.
Saturday, November 16, 2013 - 8:00pm
Steinway Hall - 109 W 57th Street, New York, NY 10019
Suggested donation: $35
Please note that you must RSVP and make any donations prior to the event. Seats are extremely limited and the Junior Council regretfully cannot guarantee entry at the door without advance confirmation.
100% of your donation for this event will benefit the New Destiny Housing Corporation. New Destiny Housing is a nonprofit organization that provides survivors of domestic violence and their families with permanent, affordable housing and supportive services that will guarantee their long-term wellbeing. To learn more about the New Destiny Housing Corporation, visit www.newdestinyhousing.org.
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New Destiny Junior Council
The New Destiny Junior Council (NDJC) strives to increase visibility and support for New Destiny, specifically amongst a younger demographic, thereby increasing funding for the organization’s work and building the next generation of supporters. The NDJC members are dedicated to furthering New Destiny’s mission of creating long-term safety and stability for low-income families and individuals at risk of domestic violence and homelessness by providing housing and related services.