UPO Concert Invitation for Saturday, March 4, 2017

The Board of Directors of the Utah Philharmonic Orchestra (UPO) invite you to be our guest for the concert sponsored by the South Jordan Arts Council on Saturday, March 4, 2017 at 7:30 pm at Elk Ridge Middle School. Please identify yourself at the ticket table to receive two complimentary VIP tickets.
The UPO is also participating in the Orchestras Feeding America campaign at this concert. Orchestras Feeding America is a national campaign to collect non-perishable food items for food kitchens throughout the United States. Orchestras across the country work together to make a difference. We invite you to make a difference in our local community by bringing one or more canned or non-perishable food items to this concert. To support this important campaign, the Utah Philharmonic Orchestra is giving a 50% discount for each ticket purchased and accompanied with one or more food items. This 50% discount is for tickets purchased at the door only. We hope to see you next Saturday and don't forget to add extra canned goods to your cart when you go grocery shopping this week! Please share this email with your friends and family.
About Orchestras Feeding America:

The League of American Orchestras first joined forces with Feeding America, the nation’s largest hunger relief organization, in 2009. More than 215 orchestras in all 50 states participated in an unprecedented coordinated effort by collecting and donating food to their local food assistance agency or food bank within Feeding America’s network of more than 200 food banks and 60,000 agencies. Since then, 450 League member orchestras have participated in the annual effort.

Orchestras Feeding America was inspired by the film The Soloist, starring Jamie Foxx and Robert Downey, Jr., and directed by Joe Wright. The DreamWorks Pictures/Universal Pictures presentation, in association with Studio Canal and Participant Media, was based on the true story of the relationship between Los Angeles Times columnist Steve Lopez and Nathaniel Anthony Ayers, a gifted Juilliard-trained string player whose mental illness landed him among the homeless on the streets of Los Angeles. Featuring the Los Angeles Philharmonic, The Soloist is a testament to the redemptive power of music and a reminder of our connections to the most vulnerable among us.

“The story of The Soloist reminds us that classical music has the power to sustain spirits and change lives, even under the most difficult circumstances,” commented League President and CEO Jesse Rosen. “Our team effort with Feeding America and The Soloist gives America’s orchestras a way to use that power to make an even greater difference in our communities – to feed both body and soul.”

LeAnn Hord
Executive Director
Utah Philharmonic Orchestra

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