2015-05-27 / Features

Benefit For Nepal


The NY Concert for Nepal will be performed by the Queensboro Symphony Orchestra on Sunday, May 31. The NY Concert for Nepal will be performed by the Queensboro Symphony Orchestra on Sunday, May 31. The New York Concert for Nepal will be performed by the Queensboro Symphony Orchestra in their season finale on Sunday, May 31, 7 pm at Mary’s Nativity Church in Flushing, with proceeds from the free-will offering benefiting the people of Nepal affected by the earthquake. Led by acclaimed maestro Dong-hyun Kim, classics to be performed are Tchaikovsky’s monumental 5th Symphony, Mozart’s Horn Concerto No. 3 (featuring Peter DelGrosso) and the Nepali national anthem, arranged by Paul Joseph.

Mary’s Nativity Church is located at 46-02 Parsons Blvd. (at Holly Ave.), Flushing, 718-359- 5996.

Directions: by mass transit, take the 7 train to Flushing Main Street, and the Q27 or Q65 stops two blocks away (near hospital). By car, take the LIE to Exit 24, head north on Kissena Blvd., right onto Rose Ave., left onto Parsons Blvd, and the Church will be on the left. There is a parking lot on Jasmine Ave., and handicapped entrance on Holly Ave. For more information, visit www.facebook.com/QueensboroSymphonyOrche stra and www.pauljoseph.com.

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