Healing Power of Music Benefit Concert
The Prevention and Research Center at Mercy and The Maryland State Boychoir are proud to announce a joint benefit concert, The Healing Power of Music, to take place on Sunday, March 25, 2012. Proceeds from this event will support cancer survivorship programs of The Prevention and Research Center and activities of The Maryland State Boychoir. Tickets will be available at the door.
The event will feature the renowned Maryland State Boychoir under the direction of Stephen Holmes, as well as the Healing Power of Music Chorus, composed of patients, health care providers, Boychoir parents and community friends. Join us for an uplifting afternoon and experience the wonderful healing power of music! Festivities begin at 2:30 pm with a reception and silent auction, with the concert to follow at 4:00 pm. Visit hpmbaltimore.org for additional details.
Research conducted by The Center for Prevention and Research at Mercy has demonstrated the benefit of mind-body medicine on the healing process for cancer survivors and others facing the challenges of serious or chronic illness. The concert will show, in a tangible and enjoyable way, the potential benefit of music as part of the healing process. Proceeds will assist the center in offering cancer survivorship programs to all regardless of their ability to pay.
The Maryland State Boychoir was founded in 1987 and offers talented boys from throughout Maryland the opportunity to sing and build self esteem. The 140-member choir includes boys and young men from a broad cross section of socioeconomic, ethnic, and religious backgrounds. The recipe for the success of this program is simple children who are introduced to the art simply feel good about themselves and go on to achieve great things. Proceeds will assist the Boychoir in making this experience available to all regardless of their ability to pay.
The Maryland State Boychoir Center for the Arts (View)
3400 Norman Ave
Baltimore, MD 21213
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