A Spring Evening Concert Benefit for Vista Maria
DEARBORN, MI- Music to your ears that also helps heal Michigan’s victimized girls.
The 2nd annual A Spring Evening Concert is a chance to listen to nationally and internationally recognized flutist Sarah Frisof that also benefits a greater cause. The concert lead by Mary Williams, Vista Maria board adviser, is sponsored by Mark Ziegler and Heeney-Sundquist Funeral Home in Farmington, Mi.
Dr. Sarah Frisof is a soloist, performer and teacher of flute. Her skills have earned her top prizes at several national and international music competitions. Dr. Frisof has performed and taught throughout the country and abroad, including symphonies of Detroit, Boston, Dallas, Fort Worth, and New York and music festivals in Brazil, Japan, Switzerland, Taiwan, and Zimbabwe.
Dr. Frisof received her doctorate from the University of Michigan and is an alumnus of Eastman School of Music and the Juilliard School. She is currently the professor of flute at the University of Texas, Arlington.
The concert is scheduled to take place Saturday, April 9 at 7:30 pm at the Out Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church. A minimum donation of your choice would be appreciated and should be made payable to Vista Maria. A reception with light refreshments will follow immediately after the concert.
Date: Saturday, April 9, 2011
When: 7:30 pm
Where: Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church
23615 Power Road
Farmington, MI 48336
To RSVP to this event please contact Mary Williams at 248-349-1122 or at vistamaria.org.
About Vista Maria:
Vista Maria’s mission is to heal Michigan’s victimized girls and women with best-practice treatment programs designed to meet their unique needs while serving other vulnerable children and families within Southeast Michigan.