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DMF Spring Concert May 22nd – limited seats open to the public!

I am so excited that DMF’s Spring concert is right around the corner! Daniel’s Music Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides free musical instruction to all individuals with disabilities in the NYC area. James has been a member for 2 years and it is one of the most inspiring activities I have had the pleasure to see him participate in. He learns a lot in music every week, has made some great friends and has gained confidence and social skills beyond our expectations. Not to mention that meeting the Trush family alone is worth joining the group.

Some of you were fortunate enough to meet co-founders Ken and Daniel Trush at the March meeting. You also got to see (after much technical difficulty) a brief but inspiring clip from one of the concerts and a live performance by Daniel himself. DMF members put on performances twice a year and after every one I feel amazed, hope-filled and motivated to do better with my own child. Because of growing popularity and an increase in members, Daniel’s Music Foundation will be holding two concerts (instead of one) on May 22nd, at 1pm and 4pm at The Dalton School on the UES. James will be ushering and performing during the 4p.m. concert.

Concerts are usually filled with friends and family, but since there are two performances there will be a limited amount of seats open to the public! The cost is a donation, any amount small or large makes a difference. If you would like to attend one of these fabulous concerts, please email me to RSVP. To learn more about DMF, visit http://www.danielsmusic.org.

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