John Legend, Natasha Bedingfield, Bill Clinton and More Set for Clarins Million Meals Concert at Lincoln Center
20 Apr 2012
The FEED Foundation and Clarins will present the first Clarins Million Meals Concert for FEED, celebrating FEED's fifth anniversary, May 30 at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center.
The concert, set to begin at 8 PM, will benefit the FEED Foundation with a goal to raise enough money in one evening to provide one million school meals through FEED. Former President Bill Clinton will make a special appearance.
Performers include singers John Legend and Natasha Bedingfield, New York Philharmonic conductor Alan Gilbert, violist David Aaron Carpenter and National Symphony Orchestra conductor and pianist Christoph Eschenbach. The featured orchestra will be the Salomé Chamber Orchestra.
Over the past five years, FEED has provided nearly 60 million school meals around the world, mostly in Africa and Haiti, through the sale of FEED products and donations by the FEED Foundation to organizations like the WFP, UNICEF and DonorsChoose.org.
Alice Tully Hall is located at 1941 Broadway. For more information and tickets, visit MillionMealsConcert.
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