Home for refugees
music therapy benefit concert
Saturday, October 6, 2018, 2 pm
San Clemente Presbyterian Church
119 N Avenida De La Estrella San Clemente, CA 92672 (concert held in the chapel, park in the parking lot south of the church campus)
Home for Refugees USA, in partnership with Rainbow Bridge Music Studio, will be hosting a concert to benefit the development of a music therapy program for refugees.
The advanced music students will perform a number of advanced pieces on the piano and the guitar to benefit this important program.
Elsa Schweizer —piano
(Bach, Haydn, Mendelssohn, Rachmaninoff)
Saveena Patel—song writing
(original and cover songs)
We hope that you plan to attend this special event. To reserve your spot click register, or to make a donation, click donations. Donations may be received prior to the event via our secure online giving site and in person at the benefit concert itself.
Please reserve your spot by noon on Wednesday, October 3rd to ensure we have enough seating and light refreshments to follow.
The benefit is being coordinated by one of the students who will be performing, Elsa Schweizer, who has been volunteering with Home for Refugees for the last two years.
GIVE - Our current funding is not able to meet the need of this important program. We need the continued and increased generosity of current and new donors to join us in our work. Would you contribute a special gift to help us reach our goal and bring healing and wholeness through music to the families in our programs?
Please mention that your gift is for the music therapy program on the giving form to ensure that your contribution is designated for our music therapy program. Thank you for contribution.
Reserve your spot by registering below
what is music therapy?
Music therapy is an allied health profession that conceptualizes a holistic community health approach to well-being. The overall well-being of our families is vital to the success of the resettlement process. We are partnered with board certified music therapist, Olga Samsonova-Jellison, MA, MT-BC, NMT, who is a naturalized American citizen and is personally familiar with the specifics of resettlement and the acculturation process.