Haverhill Voice Studio Presents A Benefit Concert For The National Center For Victims Of Crime

Haverhill Voice Studio Presents A Benefit Concert For The National Center For Victims Of Crime

On Sunday, June 24, 2018 at 5:00 P.M. the Dirty Paloma Voice Studio presents the "Summer Songstravaganza" big benefit concert in support of the National Center for Victims of Crime. The concert will take place in Haverhill High School Auditorium at 137 Monument Street, Haverhill, MA 01830. This concert features students under the instruction of Aliana de la Guardia ranging from talented youth performers, enthusiastic adult avocational singers, and professional singers. The youth piano and voice students under the instruction of Liz Bills will also participate!

This concert also features a fully professional band with Mike Williams on drums. Casey Abrams on guitar and bass, Kevin Fisher on piano as well as Aliana de la Guardia and Liz Bills singing background vocals for the talented youth performers.

The "Summer Songstravaganza" is appropriate for audiences of all ages and is $10.00 general admission to attend. Tickets can be purchase online at https://www.artful.ly/store/events/15449 or at-the-door one hour before the show. There will be concessions as well as a raffle, all the proceeds of which will benefit the National Center for Victims of Crime.

"The National Center for Victims of Crime is an important organization right now and I think it's important for us all to come together as a community to support the organizations we care about. It's also an incredible learning opportunity for young singers. They learn how to use their musical skills to better the world and they learn by example of watching professional performers," says de la Guardia.

For 30 years the National Center for Victims of Crime has been the nation's leading resource and advocacy organization for crime victims and those who serve them. The National Center for Victims of Crime is a 501(c)3 nonprofit and an authority on how victims are compensated for loss. The National Compassion Fund was established by the National Center for Victims of Crime as a safe and transparent way to give to victims directly and is the only straight-to-victim fund of its kind in the country.

This is the second and final benefit concert of the year. Two more will be presented next year benefiting Wounded Warrior Project in February 2019 and the Make a Wish Foundation in June 2019.

For more information please visit the Dirty Paloma Voice Studio website at https://dpvoicestudio.com/.

The Dirty Paloma Voice Studio is the largest private voice studio in the area. One-on-one voice lessons in Haverhill, MA are taught from the private home studio of head instructor Aliana de la Guardia. Students accepted to the studio range from talented youth performers to adult avocational and professional performers. Professional vocalists of many genres seek de la Guardia out to reinforce good technique, rebuild and rehab after stressful tours or performances, or to learn functional voice technique as naturally talented singer-songwriters who may never have had the opportunity to study voice privately before. Visit us online for more information at https://dpvoicestudio.com/.

Haverhill Voice Studio Presents A Benefit Concert For The National Center For Victims Of Crime

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