Hands for Hope Presents the 10th Annual Starlight Jazz Serenade
Yearly Fundraiser Benefit Program for Underprivileged Youth
The 10th Annual Starlight Jazz Serenade will showcase another outstanding line-up of incredible award-winning jazz musicians and entertainers. The event takes place on Friday, February 5, 2010 at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, sponsored by Budget Car Rental, Daniel’s Jewelers, U.S. Bank, City National Bank, Porto’s Bakery, Homeward Bound, La Piu Bella Tavola, Daphne’s Desserts, Pitfire Pizza Company, NABET and The Greater LA Combined Federal Campaign. The event will benefit the San Fernando Valley-based Hands for Hope’s free after school and single parent programs.
The Annual Starlight Jazz Serenade is a musical extravaganza that strikes a chord in the community to encourage participation and contribution. This fundraising concert gathers jazz lovers, professional musicians and celebrities together to celebrate and support the academic, athletic, artistic and social enrichment programs provided by Hands for Hope for at-risk youth.
Past performers have included: Norman Brown, Michael Lington, Patrice Rushen, T.C. Carson, Peter White, George Duke, Brian Culbertson, Boney James, Dave Koz, Kevin Toney, ForeCast, Rick Braun and Jeff Lorber. This year’s event will be a star-studded affair hosted by LaRita Shelby of Radioscope.
Seating is limited so book your tickets today! The event is open to the general public. Available admission tickets include: Ring of Honor ($100), VIP ($75) and general admission ($50). Ring of Honor and VIP tickets will include access to a pre-concert delicious VIP reception and preview of the silent auction with LaRita Shelby and various artists from the evening’s line-up.
The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences is located at 5230 Lankershim Boulevard, North Hollywood, CA 91601. For general questions or to obtain group/student rates, please contact (818) 763-HOPE (4673) or email@example.com. Tickets are available at www.hands4hope.org. Thank you for giving our children a chance at a successful future.