Pianist Max Lifchitz Plays Benefit Concert for Mexican Flood Victims Nov. 12

Classic Arts News   Pianist Max Lifchitz Plays Benefit Concert for Mexican Flood Victims Nov. 12
 
On Monday, November 12, pianist Max Lifchitz will give a special concert to benefit victims of the recent floods in the Mexican state of Tabasco. The program — presented by North/South Consonance, the New York-based organization founded by Lifchitz to promote classical works from throughout the Americas — will survey Mexican piano music from throughout the 20th century, with scores by Carlos Chávez, Manuel M. Ponce, Silvestre Revueltas and Eduardo Mata, among others.

The event will be held at 8 p.m. at Christ & St. Stephen's Church (120 West 69th St.) on Manhattan's West Side. While admission is free (as at all North/South Consonance concerts), a contribution of $10 per person is strongly encouraged.

Anyone who would like to contribute to North/South Consonance's flood relief efforts but is unable to attend the concert is encouraged to send a check for whatever amount payable to

    North/South Consonance, Inc
    PO Box 698 — Cathedral Station
    New York, NY 10025-0698

Please indicate "Tabasco Flood Relief" on the memo line of the check.

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