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Bringing Hope One Song at a Time: A Benefit for Puerto Rico
Friday, November 17, 2017 | 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM | $20 Event website
The Rollins College Department of Music will host “Bringing Hope One Song at a Time: A Benefit for Puerto Rico featuring Christian Cuevas.”
Cuevas gained international acclaim on Season 11 of the NBC singing competition The Voice, and is now giving back in a concert benefiting Puerto Rico’s recovery efforts. Cuevas, a former Rollins Music student, will perform for one night only; all proceeds will be donated to the Central Florida Foundation’s “Together for Puerto Rico: A Hurricane Recovery Fund” to help the people of Puerto Rico.
“I have loved ones and family in Puerto Rico,” said Cuevas. “My success has given me a great desire to give back not only monetarily, but through bringing hope one song at a time.”
Cuevas will perform original songs and his version of music by artists who inspire him, preceded by a Rollins acoustic ensemble.
Tickets to this special, one-night performance are available through the Bach Festival Society of Winter Park, which has generously donated its ticketing resources.
Tickets for general admission are $20, with all proceeds benefiting “Together for Puerto Rico: A Hurricane Recovery Fund.” Doors will open at 7 p.m.; Box Office and Will Call will open at 6:30 p.m. for ticket sales. Parking for the event is available at SunTrust Parking Garage for $5.
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