Amity Foundation to Hold Charity Concert to Support Art Education
By Yetta Yao, December 26, 2017 06:12 AM
On the last day of 2017, a charity concert will be staged in Nanjing to support art education. The show will be shown by an art center and a local orchestra.
All the proceeds will be donated to pay for poor children who study art, according to the Amity Foundation.
Tchaikovsky's songs, famous Chinese pieces, and Italian folks songs will be performed.
The concert will be the launching ceremony of Amity's philanthropic project. The project aims to call for professional personnel and organizations in the humanities to voluntarily form an alliance to help poor children who love art.
- Translated by Karen Luo
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