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KIDS Playing For KIDS at Fundraiser for the Monarch School

Song of the Butterfly

butterflyMembers of FanFaire Foundation’s “KIDS Playing For KIDS” were the invited guest performers in “Song of the Butterfly”, a Girl Scout fundraiser concert organized by Colette and Moriah Seymann for the benefit of the children of Monarch School in downtown San Diego. 100% of the proceeds will go toward creating a music program for the homeless children of the School. Held on Saturday April 13, 2013 at 2:00 pm at the C3 Performing Arts Center on Mission Gorge Place in San Diego, CA, the concert program featuredsolo and ensemble music by such composers as Beethoven Chopin, Ravel, Poulenc, Rimsky-Korsakov, Saint-Saens, Strauss, Berkovich and Badelt.

Below are videos of the piano trios by Beethoven and Ravel performed by Adrian Liu (piano), Haley Schricker (violin), and Paul Maxwell (cello):

Adrian Liu, Haley Schricker, and Paul Maxwell Play Ravel's Piano Trio
Adrian Liu, Haley Schricker, and Paul Maxwell Play Ravel's Piano Trio
Pianist Adrian Liu, violinist Haley Schricker, and cellist Paul Maxwell, members of FanFaire Foundation's KIDS Playing For KIDS program perform Maurice Ravel's Piano Trio in A minor at a concert for the benefit of the children of Monarch School in downtown San Diego, held on April 13, 2013 at the C3 Performing Arts Center in San Diego.
Adrian Liu, Haley Schricker, and Paul Maxwell Play a Beethoven Piano Trio
Adrian Liu, Haley Schricker, and Paul Maxwell Play a Beethoven Piano Trio
Pianist Adrian Liu, violinist Haley Schricker, and cellist Paul Maxwell, members of FanFaire Foundation's KIDS Playing For KIDS program perform Beethoven's Piano Trio in C minor, Op. 1 No. 3 at a concert for the benefit of the children of Monarch School in downtown San Diego, held on April 13, 2013 at the C3 Performing Arts Center in San Diego.

 

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