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    1. Could our event be added to the calendar? It is a fundraiser for a nonprofit 501(c)3.
      Thanks for your time,
      Andrea Fuentes
      Artistic Director
      The Celestial Opera Company

      Saturday, February 7th, 7:30 PM

      The Celestial Opera Company is holding a Benefit Concert and Reception featuring Nandani Sinha, mezzo-soprano, and Brian Farrell, piano. On Saturday, February 7th, at 7:30 PM, they will present a beautiful program of songs and arias in the Eagle Rock Covenant Church Sanctuary (1649 Yosemite Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90041). The event will be followed by a reception. This is a benefit concert to support The Celestial Opera Company’s upcoming production of Mascagni’s Cavalleria rusticana and Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci, opening April 26th at The Woman’s Club of South Pasadena. The suggested donation for the concert is $20. All proceeds will directly support production costs.

      The Celestial Opera Company, founded in 1998 by Executive Director and Founder Judith Townsend, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization dedicated to arts education and the promotion of affordable, local opera performances.

      Reservations can be secured via the website or through the mail at the address below.

      Hotline: (626) 869 – 7373
      Address: 1716 1/2 Bank Street, South Pasadena, CA 91030

    2. Hi there. Last April you guys did a piece on a fundraiser that my non profit, Global Girl Project, held in Culver City. Well we continued to raise funds for the rest of the year and we managed to raise enough money to fund our first international exchange program! We will be bringing a disadvantaged young woman from the favelas of Rio to LA for a two month educational and cultural exchange. She arrives at LAX airport on Monday Feb. 2 at 10:00am and we are wondering if you guy would want to do a piece on the project and our first participant?

      Thank you!!!

      • Hi Julia!
        That’s great news! We’d love to do a follow-up with you about the project and its first participant! Our contact form is fixed so please send us a message!

    3. HAIR’itage is an original play about the evolution of the Black Woman’s Hair
      The play tells the stories of 6 “Sistah’s” and how their hair defined them at certain times in their lives. You may have heard the expression, “Don’t touch a black woman’s hair” Hair is considered by some women to be their crowning glory. “Hair’itage” explores the relationships a black woman has with her hair. The stories are told through scenes, monologues, song and dance.
      From the Afro, to the Perm, to the Braids, to the Locs, to the Weaves…HAIRitage covers it al!
      HAIRitage will be showing every Sunday at 3PM through May 10, 2015 at the Complex Theatre in Hollywood. Tickets can be purchased at:

      • Hi Willy,
        If you’re subscribed to our #TicketTuesday newsletter, we will be running the giveaway contest on March 15 and then picking a winner within a week of the contest.

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