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Youth Helping Youth Benefit Concert

Mission Dolores Basilica

Mission Dolores Basilica Youth Helping Youth Benefit Concert

Join us for an evening of music and inspiration graciously hosted by Interfaith Refugee Welcome in support of our Catholic Charities Center for Immigration Legal & Support Services and unaccompanied minors in our community.

With an 84 percent increase in unaccompanied, undocumented minors in San Francisco and a 65 percent increase in San Mateo as of December 2019, our partner Interfaith Refugee Welcome, a Bay Area interfaith group providing financial support for immigrants in transition, has joined us to help raise vital funds in support of these children who rely on our compassion, support, and guidance as they heal and become active members of our community.

Josephine Chan, 16, is a junior at Stanford Online High School and currently studying piano performance with Elizabeth Schumann. She is also a scholarship student at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music studying chamber music with Amy Zanrosso, Joseph Maile and conducting with Stefano Flavoni.
Josephine was featured on National Public Radio’s From the Top Show (https://www.fromthetop.org/musician/josephine-chan/)

Notes for Nourishment benefit concert from ListenForLife.org

FEATURING

Pianist Josephine Chan with
Violinist Pierce Wang
Cellist Robert Howard

February 23rd, 4:00 PM
Mission Dolores Basilica
3321 Sixteenth Street, San Francisco
Admission is free with suggested donations of $10-20
Free parking available behind the Basilica

Program

Bach

selections from Art of the Fugue

Chopin

Two Impromptus

Beethoven

Piano Trio in C Minor

Arensky

Piano Trio in D Minor

Performers

Josephine Chan

piano soloist

Pierce Wang

violinist