H3 Angels in Concert: A Classical Concert for a Cause

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H3 Angels in Concert

A Classical Concert for a Cause

Featuring

angels

Sunday, August 21, 2011 @ 5 p.m.

Miami Beach Community Church

500 Lincoln Road Mall, Miami Beach, Fl 33139

Free Admission

Donations Accepted

 

H3: Health. Hope. Healing. is proud to present its third annual fundraising classical concert on Sunday, August 21, 2011 at 5 p.m. at the Miami Beach Community Church.

 

The classical concert called “H3 Angels in Concert” will raise awareness throughout the South Florida community about the organization’s educational work, helping cancer patients and survivors, as well as those who desire to improve their well-being.

This concert will consist of three talented doctoral students from the University of Miami’s Frost School of Music, officially named as “H3 Angels” because of their willingness to help the H3 breast cancer cause with their talent, compassion, and heart. Brian Potts and Liana Pailodze, have been performing in H3 concerts for a few years and now have a wonderful addition, Cassandra Eisenreich, who has brought a nice flavor to the group.

 

About H3 Angels:

 

Liana Pailodze is a versatile pianist who performs both contemporary and classical styles of music. As a soloist, she has been featured with the Shilakadze Chamber Orchestra, the Georgian Television Orchestra, the Georgian Symphonic Orchestra, and in 2007 she performed Stravinsky’s Concerto for Piano and Wind Instruments with Frost Wind Ensemble.  In addition to her solo activities she has performed in different chamber settings in venues that include Carnegie Hall, Benaroya Hall, the Arsht Center, Lincoln Theatre, and the New World Center.

Brian Potts is currently pursuing his D.M.A. in Percussion Performance at the Frost School of Music at the University of Miami.  Specializing in Brazilian percussion, Brian directs the Brazilian Ensemble at the University of Miami and is working on a project detailing the work of the innovative Brazilian percussionist Marcos Suzano.  He also teaches percussion at Barry University, and performs locally with Sammy Figueroa’s tribute to Cal Tjader, Sally’s Tomato.

 

Cassandra Rondinelli Eisenreich is currently a Mancini Fellow and Flute Teaching Assistant at the University of Miami Frost School of Music where she is working toward her DMA in Flute Performance.  Cassandra is an Instructor of Flute and Eurhythmics at Barry University and teaches Music Theory and Eurhythmics at the Frost School of Music Preparatory Program.  Cassandra has performed and presented at the local, state, regional, national, and international levels.

 

For more information, call 305.531.2046 and/or email info@h3hope.org.