Music for Food and From the Top Benefit Concert
From The Top joins Music for Food with a concert to benefit The Women’s Lunch Place, a Back Bay area food pantry and day shelter. Spearheaded by 17-year-old cellist Lev Mamuya from Newton Highlands, the concert will also feature more than a dozen From The Top alumni who live or study in the Greater Boston area.
Lev Mamuya, cello (Newton Highlands)
Zlatomir Fung, cello (Westborough)
Kate Arndt, violin (Boston)
Phuong Nghi Pham, piano (Dorchester)
Michael Dahlberg, cello (Jamaica Plain)
Tristan Flores, violin (Lexington)
Daniel Kim, piano (Lexington)
Emilia Salazar, flute (Medford)
Anna DeLoi, harp (Plaistow, NH)
Yuki Beppu, violin (Lexington).
Quartet Noce, a student ensemble in residence at Walnut Hill School for the Arts in Natick
All proceeds collected at the concert will benefit The Women’s Lunch Place, a safe, welcoming day community for all self-identified women who are experiencing homelessness or poverty.
Suggested donation at the door: $10