The acclaimed classical/hip-hop duo Black Violin to headline special event to raise awareness and funds for two critical Philadelphia youth arts education organizations.
Black Violin, with nearly 20 million YouTube views and performances at President Obama’s inauguration, will be the Special Guest at Musicopia’s and Dancing Classrooms Philly’s High Note High Step Fundraising Event on Sunday, December 6 at 3:30PM. Usually an in-person breakfast, the event this year has been re-imagined as a virtual event using Remo: a unique, interactive, and immersive online platform. The event is free but advanced registration is required. Requests for donations will be made. Register online at bit.ly/20HNHS.
The High Note High Step will be an uplifting way to end the weekend, with guests experiencing how Musicopia and Dancing Classrooms Philly are using the arts to impact the lives of children throughout the Philadelphia region!
Black Violin will premiere a virtual performance video, speak (LIVE) about the power of the arts in their lives, & answer student questions. The event will also highlight the talents & achievements of a dynamic array of Musicopia’s and Dancing Classrooms Philly’s students.
Musicopia’s mission is to provide opportunities for children to experience, learn, perform, and appreciate music.
Dancing Classrooms Philly’s mission is to foster self-esteem, social awareness and joy in children by providing the opportunity to learn and perform ballroom dance.
This event is free, but registration is required at bit.ly/20HNHS.
Phone: 215-829-9522 x 103