Spot Firms to Aid Dueling Piano Arts Fundraiser

WATERBURY,CT – The Arts & Lifestyle Collaborative (ACC), Waterbury Area, is bringing back the enjoyment in fundraising, with the return of the dueling piano feeling, The Traveling Ivories, on Thursday, April 29 at 6:30 p.m. This particular virtual performance is supported by “dueling sponsors” Ion Financial institution and Drew Intercontinental. The party will also showcase the fruits of an on-line fundraising auction, sponsored by Post College, showcasing art, effectiveness and products and solutions of ACC members and supporting firms.

Tickets for the April 29th function featuring The Flying Ivories are $25 every single, which incorporates entry to the virtual overall performance for an full household.

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The auction, which opened on April 15, will operate to April 28, and can be accessed on the internet at: Products assortment from theater and
symphony tickets to artwork, new music, courses, jewellery and additional. Products and present certificates have been donated from a host of ACC associates which includes the Palace Theater, Waterbury Symphony Orchestra, Phoenix Phase Company, 7 Angels Theatre, Uniquely Yours Pictures, Naugatuck Yard Club, Portraits by ShawnaLee, JT Artwork & Design, Gomez & Sadlon jazz duo, Brass Town Ballet, Ogham Artwork, Mattatuck Museum, Main Avenue Waterbury as effectively as other supporters like O’Rourke & Birch Florists, Onyx II Wonderful Jewelers, Heritage Resort and photographer Tim Padgett. Proceeds will benefit the Arts & Culture Collaborative, which is an umbrella arts corporation, underneath the auspices of the Better Waterbury Chamber of Commerce Foundation, that promotes, connects, collaborates and advocates for the arts in a 16-town region in the Waterbury region and Naugatuck Valley.

The ACC receives assistance from the Waterbury Regional Chamber, the Arts & Tourism Commission of the Metropolis of Waterbury, the Connecticut Community Basis and the Connecticut Division of Economic and Local community Development/Workplace of the Arts, which also receives assist from the Nationwide Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

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