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Open Hands Medicine Benefit Concert with Marina Albero
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Benefit Concert with Marina Albero
July 17th, 2016 at 6:30 pm
Live at the Taoist Studies Institute

On July 17th, the amazing Jazz artist, Marina Albero, will perform a live benefit show at the Taoist Studies Institute in support of the upcoming OHM free acupuncture clinic in Nepal this August.

The Cause:
Open Hands Medicine is a newly formed 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to offer sustainable free clinics to underserved people in Nepal. An upcoming OHM clinic is scheduled for August 14 to September 2, 2016. The clinic will be based in the beautiful Neydo Monastery in Pharping outside of Kathmandu, Nepal. From this location we can help the 240 monks studying at this monastery, plus hundreds of local villagers, as well as a nearby Tibetan nunnery, which suffered damage from the recent earthquake in 2015.
We currently have a team of 5 acupuncturists plus support personnel ready to go. We expect to serve over 100 patients per day. We need additional community support to help fund our August clinic.  Please visit www.openhandsmedicine.org to donate or for more information.
 

The Event:
Please help us make our August clinic a success by joining us for this Sunday evening concert of inspiring Jazz.  

  • Date: Sunday, July 17, 2016 at 6:30 p.m.

  • Tickets: Suggested Donation $25. Nobody turned away for lack of funds

  • Location: Taoist Studies Institute | 225 North 70th Street, Seattle, WA 98103

  • Light refreshments will be served

The Musician:
Marina Albero is an exceptionally innovative and versatile contemporary Jazz musician who performs on both the piano, vibes and hammered dulcimer. Born in Barcelona, Marina’s early musical experience included playing traditional music in her family’s band as well as formal classical music training in conservatories in Spain and later Cuba. She moves easily between Spanish, Cuban and jazz styles, improvisation with classical technique on piano, vibes and hammered dulcimer. She has played with Chano Dominguez, L’Arpeggiata, Glen Velez, Pepe Habichuela and others. Her playing is mesmerizing, electrifying, awe inspiring, powerful. I guarantee you will not forget this evening.

https://youtu.be/XbHP5ipp1MY?t=1

The Venue:
The Taoist Studies Institute (TSI) founded by Harrison Moretz, is a non-profit center for the studies of all things Taoist, including Taijiquan, Qi Gong, Chinese medicine, philosophy and arts. OHM would like to express its deep appreciation to TSI for donating their beautiful space for this benefit concert.  www.taoiststudiesinstitute.org

 

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