School of Music Concert to Benefit Spartan Open Pantry

Posted on January 31, 2020

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The Collage Chamber Series is proud to announce a collaborative project with the UNCG Association of Retired Faculty for its upcoming concert on February 2 at 3:30pm in Tew Recital Hall.  The ARF is partnering with the Collage Chamber Series to use the concert to raise funds and food donations for the Student Emergency Fund and the UNCG Spartan Open Pantry, a critically needed food resource for students and employees of UNCG who find themselves in need of assistance.
Beginning in Fall 2019, Collage Chamber Series became a free non-ticketed event in the fall of 2019. However, attendees of this concert are being asked to bring food items to donate to the Spartan Open Pantry which will be collected by members of the ARF. Information regarding what items are most needed (as well as more information about the Spartan Open Pantry) can be found at this link:   In addition to the food donations, attendees are also being asked to consider making cash donations to the Pantry and Emergency Fund.     We are very pleased to be able to offer the community an event which will be used to raise support for such a needed service to the campus community as the Spartan Open Pantry and Student Emergency Fund, and we hope you will join us for an hour of fantastic music as we raise funds and resources for these two excellent organizations.
Performers and repertoire will be:
Greensboro Chamber Brass (Renwick and Böhme)
Graduate Trio with Piano (Brahms Horn Trio – partial)
The UNCG Oud Ensemble, Nabil Rahma – director (traditional songs) Faculty Trio: Steve Stusek, Fabian Lopez, James Douglass (Eychenne)

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