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Education Through Music to Host Benefit Party at Rough Trade on November 12th
Nov 12, 2014 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm| $65
DUCATION THROUGH MUSIC ASSOCIATES TO HOST THIRD ANNUAL BENEFIT PARTY ON NOVEMBER 12TH
Dust Rays – featuring Captain Kirk and Mark Kelley of The Roots, J. Period, and Jennah Bell to Headline at Rough Trade in Brooklyn, NY
Tickets on Sale Now
NEW YORK, NY – October 8, 2014 – Education Through Music (ETM), a nonprofit dedicated to putting music programs into New York City public schools, is proud to announce the ETM Associates’ third annual benefit party with musical performances by the Dust Rays (featuring Captain Kirk and Mark Kelley of The Roots), J. Period, and Jennah Bell, at Rough Trade on November 12th. All proceeds directly benefit 20,000 children in New York City that would otherwise not have access to high-quality music education as a core subject.
In addition to an open bar and snacks, including tacos, organic salads, seafood snacks, and gourmet passed hors d’oeuvres, attendees will enjoy music and dancing. The evening will also feature prizes from sponsors including Brooklyn Winery, Electric Picks, Verboten, Grain Audio, Franny’s, The Guggenheim Museum, and BAM, as well as the ever popular photo booth for those wishing to take a memento home with them.
Tickets are on sale at roughtradenyc.com and Ticketmaster.com for $65 each, with all profits directly benefiting ETM. The event will be hosted at Rough Trade, located at 64 North 9th Street, Brooklyn, NY, from 7 to 11 p.m. Food, beer, and bespoke cocktails will be served courtesy of Sixpoint Brewery, Slow & Low, Creme Yvette, Ilegal Mezcal, Luke’s Lobster, Dos Toros, sweetgreen, and Between the Bread. The event is 21 plus only.
ABOUT EDUCATION THROUGH MUSIC
Education Through Music (ETM) partners with inner-city schools to provide all students with music as a core subject, and to create school communities that value the arts. ETM’s mission is to promote the use of music in schools as a means of enhancing students’ academic performance and general development. The ETM model currently serves 20,000 students in 37 inner-city schools in New York City, and our model reaches another 5,000 children through the work of our licensed affiliate organization in Los Angeles. For more information please visit www.ETMonline.org.