Aaron Price holds Feb. 15 benefit concert for MusicWorks

Press release from MusicWorks:

Aaron Price, noted musician, composer and educator, performs at 4 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 15, at the Cathedral of All Souls (9 Swan Street, Asheville, NC 28803) for the benefit of MusicWorks Asheville.

Aaron co-directs the MusicWorks chorus and teaches the musicianship class, where he imparts music knowledge drawing on his years of training and experience in numerous musical genres and performance settings. His piano programs are centered around hymn improvisations and original contemporary piano compositions. He will be joined by guest vocalist Ashleigh Phillips and others, including performances by MusicWorks staff and students.

We need you to be part of our students’ success! Generous contributions from community supporters like you help make our program possible and accessible to the vibrant and diverse Asheville community.

At MusicWorks, approximately two-thirds of our students attend the program on reduced or free tuition. Your gift will make it possible for students to receive high-quality music instruction, academic assistance and social skills development that they deserve.

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