Saturday, August 22, 2020 - 4:00 pm - Online
~ As a gift to humanity, the strings vibrate with a resounding tone of celebration ~
It’s not enough to act once or every once in a while. We believe our collective duty is to dedicate ourselves to the persistent action needed to bring about positive change. Let the Strings Speak (LTSS) serves as the catalyst for this change by using arts and culture to address a community need.
Our goal through this concert presentation is to foster opportunities for greater awareness of string instruments as creative vehicles to inspire, motivate, and heal. For the past five years we’ve combined local, national, and international artists to showcase their collective talents by presenting Black and Brown artistic expression while demonstrating through action, a powerful model for mentorship.
As a community outreach project, LTSS partners with Seattle’s own Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, a hub for Black arts and culture where Black brilliance is cultivated. The partnership creates a solid foundation for continued work in perpetuating Black excellence. Our audience reflects a multi-generational mix, ranging from months old to 92. In order to provide total accessibility to our concert presentations, we offer a “pay what you can” model.
This year, due to the pandemic the 2020 LTSS concert will stream online, free of charge, August 22, 2020 at 4:00 pm, PST. Therefore, we will rely solely on fundraising to produce the show and need sponsors, donors and advertisers like you to support us.
Please review our packet and let us know what stream of support best represents your level of giving. For any further questions or concerns, please contact Twanda Hill, 206.248.6072. Parents for Students Success is a 501c3 and our fiscal sponsor for donations. Although our deadline for submissions is August 1, 2020, we wholeheartedly welcome your generous financial support.
Looking forward to connecting with you soon.
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