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Following the recent earthquake in Haiti, members of the Guelph, Ontario community have pulled together to organize a benefit event featuring a wide selection of our amazing and world-class local-area talent. With overwhelming support from the local community, event organizers (Rev. Paul Clarkson, Dr. Ajay Heble, Sam Turton) have set a goal of raising $20,000 from this event, with all proceeds going to the Canadian Red Cross.
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Help Haiti: A Guelph Benefit for Earthquake Relief
Sunday, February 7, 7:00 pm
The River Run Centre
35 Woolwich St., Guelph, ON
Tickets $30 (reserved)
Additional donations will be accepted at the event
River Run Centre facilities donated by the City of Guelph
All proceeds to Canadian Red Cross - All services donated
Kevin Breit & Ted Warren • Scott Merritt • Jane Bunnett • Dionne Brand • University of Guelph Choirs
The Guelph Music Revue: Andrew Craig, Nick Craine, Craig Norris, Shane Philips, Tannis Slimmon, Sue Smith, Sam Turton (with Jeff Bird, Adam Bowman, Vish Khanna, Jane Lewis, Ambre McLean, Harri Palm, Stu Peterson, Jesse Turton - and more to come!)
Kevin Breit, one of Canada's most in-demand guitarists (Norah Jones, Rosanne Cash, k. d. Lang, Bill Frisell) will join us from Elora to perform with Guelph’s Ted Warren, one of Canada's most accomplished drummers.
Scott Merritt is an MCA recording artist and an award-winning singer-songwriter and producer with an always growing and fiercely dedicated following.
Jane Bunnett is an internationally acclaimed Canadian jazz icon with Juno awards, Grammy nominations, and an appointment to the Order of Canada.
Dionne Brand is a renowned poet, novelist, essayist, and film-maker born in Trinidad and living in Toronto.
The University of Guelph Choirs, directed by Dr. Marta McCarthy are a powerful amalgamation of both the University Chamber Choir and the University Women's Choir.
The Guelph Music Revue is a stellar gathering of Guelph’s award-winning musicians, band leaders, and singer-songwriters.