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Thursday, May 20, 2010

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Dear Friends and Colleagues.
I am on the host committee for an exciting and innovative classical music concert this Saturday by Symphony.
I hope you will consider joining us. The information is below.

Teresa M. Signore, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Clinic Director
Ruth Sade Communication and Learning Center
Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Mary mount Manhattan College
221 East 1st Street, New York, NY 10021
Clinic: 212-774-0728       Mobile: 917-450-7467       Email:
Tweet heart. May 22 in New York City.
Symphony’s Tweet heart concert explores the idea of love in its many and varied forms, taking the audience on a musical journey through an entire life of loves: romantic, sexual, spiritual, religious and filial. Tweet heart is eclectic yet organic, connecting music from many different times, places, and cultures.

In a collaborative spirit, Symphony teams up with multimedia dream team Aytia|Matia, as well as a group of stellar instrumentalists and singers, to present the premiere of Tweetheart.

Wynne Bennett | Paul Fowler | Grayson Sanders, composers and live electronica
Christina Arethas, soprano
Maria Elena Armijo, mezzo-soprano
Eric Jordan, bass
Benjamin Sloman, tenor
Mark Alan Johnson, video installation
Rachelle Beckman, lighting design
SymphoNYC, orchestra
Paul Haas, artistic director and conductor

Sympho’s fan base has an active role in programming Tweetheart, having already sent in suggestions for love songs via Facebook and Twitter contests. The winning entries (Prince's Nothing Compares 2 U, Bjork's Cover Me, Etta James' At Last) will be performed at the concert.

For tickets, please visit Tax-deductible sponsor tickets get you premium seating at Tweetheart plus admission to the exclusive post-concert reception on May 22.

Sympho, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit public benefit organization established to revitalize the classical music concert experience for a modern audience.

Sympho, Inc.

“refits the classical experience for a new century"  (New York Times)

“something momentous has occurred”  (San Francisco Chronicle)

"something important was happening, something with emotional stakes" (Symphony Magazine)
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