Roger Bart and Adam Pascal Set for Benefit for LA's Academy of Music for the Blind

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Los Angeles' Academy of Music for the Blind will present its annual benefit concert Oct. 18 in an evening that is set to feature Roger Bart, Tony winner for his role in You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown; Adam Pascal from Rent; and Ivan Rutherford, who played Jean Valjean in the Broadway production of Les Miz.

The Broadway actors will be performing alongside students from the school, as well as Julie Garnye from Les Miz at the Hollywood Bowl and Rena Strober.

The evening will be held at the Moss Theatre in Santa Monica, CA.

Founded by director David Pinto, AMB is a non-profit school of music dedicated to providing education to musically talented blind children. For over 11 years, it has been the only year-round music school in the U.S. solely focused on educating the blind and visually impaired.

See AMB student Dorothy Cho performing "Let It Go" below:

All proceeds from the one-night-only benefit event will go towards scholarships, instruments and classes. To purchase tickets and for more information, visit OURAMB. The Academy is located at 7915 Lindley Avenue, Reseda. 

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