CONCERT FOR CAUSE is an intimate private home concert setting designed to showcase notable groups and charitable organizations paired with exquisite chamber music experiences for the audience. Each organization is unique and special in its own way. We aim to create an opportunity for the founders of these notable organizations to connect with a wider audience. 100% of the proceeds go directly to the beneficiaries. Music being the bridge that brings people together, we aim to empower each organization and share in their efforts to resolve current humanitarian issues and world crisis. We believe in the goodness and kindness within every one of us [....]
New Sight Congo
Four in five people in the world who are blind or visually impaired suffer from preventable or treatable causes of blindness. We are committed to playing our part in eliminating all reversible and preventable causes of blindness and severe visual impairment. We strive for efficiency and cost-effectiveness, with self-sustainability as our goal, but we believe that sight is priceless. We will not be deterred by the challenges involved in delivering eye care to the poor and needy in hard to reach places. Click for More
International Music Sessions
Concert for Cause is very proud to support International Music Sessions (IMS) in their mission to raise scholarship funds for underprivileged kids from all parts of the world. Please support their noble efforts by purchasing a ticket to their Spring Benefit Concert! Click for More
What an incredible evening of caring, sharing, collaboration and friendship! Thank you, Gerry Testori for your inspiring presentation on the exciting school expansion project at the Roong Community Christian School in Cambodia. We are humbled by your humanitarian efforts to ensure that every child has the right to healthy education and schooling. Huge gratitude to composer, Augusta Gross for dedicating her composition "Coming Home" for this event. Many thanks to Tanya Bannister (piano) and Michael Katz (cello), for a wonderful performance of the Beethoven Trio, Op.11. Everyone of us can make a difference.