Harvard University Students Produce and Perform a Haitian Benefit Relief Concert

In the aftermath of the earthquake, the Haitian people face unthinkable hardship, devastation, and destruction. The Harvard for Haiti Benefit Concert brings members of Harvard’s talented arts community together to raise funds for the relief of our neighbors in Haiti. The concert will feature over a dozen performances, including many of Harvard’s vibrant dance companies and choral ensembles, including the Kuumba Singers, Harvard Modern Dance Company, Glee Club, Radcliffe Choral Society, and much more. The list of performers also includes award winning instrumentalists such as internationally acclaimed violinist Ryu Goto ’10, Charlie Albright ’11, winner of the National Young Concert Artists Piano Competition, and jazz favorite Malcolm Campbell ’10.

The concert will be held on Friday, February 12 at 7pm in Sanders Theater, and tickets can be purchased at a cost of $10 for students and $25 for adults through the Harvard Box Office.

All proceeds of the concert and related events go to Partners in Health, a Harvard affiliated organization which has worked to bring medical care to Haiti since 1987.

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