5TH ANNUAL NYC CHANGEMAKERS GALA

5TH ANNUAL NYC CHANGEMAKERS GALA

Oct 1st, 2013

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The Choir performing at last year’s gala.

After last year’s jubilant and uplifting evening in New York, the African Children’s Choir will be back at City Winery this November for the 5th Annual NYC ChangeMakers Gala, and without doubt, it is set to be a night to remember as the Choir will be joined by some very special friends!

TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW

WHEN: 
Thursday, November 21, 2013
7:00pm VIP Reception & Wine Tasting
8:00 pm General Admission, Dinner, Show & Dance Party

WHERE:
City Winery
155 Varick Street, New York City (between Spring & Vandam Streets)

Our Founder Ray Barnett presents Big Kenny with the ChangeMakers Award

Our Founder Ray Barnett presents Big Kenny with the ChangeMakers Award

CLICK HERE FOR TICKET INFORMATION

This special fundraising event promises guests an unforgettable evening and a truly unique experience while supporting the African Children’s Choir as these ChangeMakers continue to raise global awareness of the plight of the orphaned and abandoned children and demonstrate the power of an education.

Last year, we honored Big Kenny (Big & Rich) and this year, we are pleased to award Connie Britton (four-time Emmy nominee, Golden Globe nominee, Friday Night Lights, American Horror Story and NASHVILLE) with the ChangeMaker Award for her continuous support of the African Children’s Choir. The show features African traditional song and dance and the children will be joined on stage by Broadway star Saycon Sengbloh (currently Martha Reeves in Motown the Musical, Fela, Rent), host Carla Gugino (Entourage, Spy Kids, Political Animals) and more!

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What are you waiting for? An evening of celebration, music, joy and reflection awaits you…

BUY YOUR TICKETS HERE TODAY

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