Bridges for Music Celebrates 10th Anniversary with Special Event to Raise Funds for Underserved Communities
Bridges for Music, a nonprofit organization that uses the power of music to positively impact communities in need, is proud to announce its 10th-anniversary celebration with a special dinner event to raise funds for underserved communities. The event will take place on May 24, 2023, at the renowned Marabi Room at Hallmark House. Performers include Namakau Star and Wandile Mbambeni and renowned German artists AKA Kellz.
The Bridges for Music Academy is a non-profit organization that receives 100% of the proceeds from its gala dinners. These events are well-attended, attracting some of the industry’s best talent and contributors. By supporting Bridges for Music, guests will be supporting the growth of the academy and helping to provide education and support to underserved communities.
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Bridges for Music has been at the forefront of using music as a vehicle for change, providing education, mentorship, and empowerment to underserved communities around the world. The organization is hosting an exclusive dinner event to commemorate this significant milestone to raise funds for its ongoing initiatives.
“We are thrilled to celebrate our 10th Anniversary with this special dinner event,” said Valentino Barrioseta, Bridges for Music founder. “Over the past ten years, we have worked tirelessly to educate and support underprivileged communities through music. We are proud of our impact and excited to continue our work in the future.”
The Bridges for Music 10th-anniversary fundraising dinner in partnership with the Africa Rising Music Conference promises to be an unforgettable evening, featuring world-class performances, a gourmet dining experience, and opportunities to connect with like-minded individuals who share a passion for music and social impact. The event will also include an auction of unique music-related items and experiences, with all proceeds going towards supporting Bridges for Music’s programs.