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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.
Best,
Teresa


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: tsignorelli@mmm.edu
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

http://symphoconcerts.org/tweetheart_program.php

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 http://SymphoConcerts.org/tickets.php. 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.
http://www.SymphoConcerts.org

“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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