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NEMPAC Gears Up for their Annual Performathon!


North End Music & Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC) announces this year’s Performathon! Concert to support the NEMPAC Children’s Scholarship Fund. Come by the Boston Public Market for your mid-morning coffee or lunch and be awed by the talent of NEMPAC’s Students and Faculty. All proceeds will help support need-based students to continue their music education through discounted tuition towards music lessons, classes, and summer programs. Let’s keep the beat going for FOUR entire hours to show our support!

Performathon! will feature NEMPAC faculty: Stefano Marchese and Sherri Snow. Student performers include Sawyer Bowen Flynn, Grace Connolly, Kristin Foley, Maura Hatala, Victoria Hauser, Caroline Hauser, Emma Henderson, Preston Horan, Dinero Jelley, Anna Magno, Hope Mullin, Phoebe Niese, Sebastian Niese, Annabella Sandy-Roche, Leonardo Dello Russo, Lina Walsh, Marlo Walsh, Audrey Westphal, Li Wang, and Jaming Wu.

The North End Music and Performing Arts Center enriches Boston’s North End Waterfront and surrounding neighborhoods through the inspirational power of the arts. NEMPAC fosters creativity and elevates social culture in our community through quality programming and education accessible to all.

PERFORMATHON! – North End Music & Performing Arts Center’s Fundraising Concert

Saturday, April 9th, 2016 from 10am to 2pm
Fundraising campaign begins: March 1, 2016

Boston Public Market
100 Hanover St, Boston, MA 02108


$2,500 event fundraising goal ($10 admission and donations collected at performathon); donate directly through the PLEDGE ME CAMPAIGN. Individuals can choose a performathon participant online to sponsor.
Boston Public Market at Haymarket / Parcel 7 Garage (Photo by Matt Conti)NEMPAC-PMI-Recital-Guitar-IMG_9872