Last October, New Jersey received National attention when Hurricane Sandy ravaged our homes and left our beautiful Garden State in a state of unimaginable distress. The storm has long passed, but many of our residents now face the struggling task of rebuilding their lives.
Donations made to the Red Cross and other organizations have been pouring in from all over the country, providing families with food, clothing, and funds to help rebuild. Thousands of volunteers have made their trips down to what’s left of the beaches to clean up and prepare for tourists to return when the weather warms up.
The Philadelphia International Music Festival (PIMF) is proud to announce that one of their alum’s, Madison Marcucci, a graduate of the Juilliard School, and her sister, Michal Marcucci, will be performing a benefit concert for the Hurricane Sandy victims at Ocean City Tabernacle in Ocean City, New Jersey on April 20th. The Marcucci sisters were born and raised in New Jersey, and have fond memories of their childhood summers being spent at the Jersey Shore. Madison Marcucci will be performing solo the classics from Tchaikovsky, Mozart, and Bach; together, both Marcucci sisters, will be performing Vivaldi’s Winter.
To reserve your ticket for this free concert event, please call us at (856) 875-6816 or contact Sean McGrellis for more information!
The Philadelphia International Music Festival is a series of music programs offering students of all ages and skill levels in the United States and abroad the unique opportunity of spending 14 days immersed in classical music education and performance with members of The Philadelphia Orchestra. Philadelphia International Music Festival now includes all symphonic instruments– strings, winds, brass, percussion, and piano.
Press Release: Philadelphia International Music Festival Doing Their Part To Help “Restore The Shore“