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Hurricane Sandy Benefit Concert Success
Performers would like to thank the staff at Ocean City Tabernacle and the Philadelphia International Music Festival for assisting to make Hurricane Sandy benefit concert success!
It was truly a night for women in the arts, Noelle Casella, Ellen Hannigan-Yousefian, Madison and Michal Marcucci, delighted their guests with pieces like Vivaldi’s Winter and Handel-Halveoson’
This charity event, could not have been made possible without the dedicated staff of Ocean City Tabernacle, the talented women musicians, and classical music lovers who made the trip and donated to the concert. The Philadelphia International Music Festival would also like to thank the media coverage received from the Press of Atlantic City and 6 ABC.
Additional information is also available via PIMF's Blog at: www.philadelphiamusicfestival.wordpress.com
About the Philadelphia International Music Festival:
The Philadelphia International Music Festival began as a 40-student program founded in the home CEO Sandra Marcucci. It has grown in 15 years to include three camp programs in two states and two countries, with more than 300 young musicians attending programs over annually. This year, we hope to mark the festival program’s largest attendance count. PIMF is a series of music programs offering students of all ages and skill levels in the U.S. and abroad the unique opportunity of spending 14-days immersed in classical music education and performance with members of The Philadelphia Orchestra. The summer music program includes full symphonic repertoire and is conducted on the exquisite, estate-like grounds of Bryn Mawr College in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.
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