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Playing For Change Foundation (Main Office)
1221 Electric Ave.
Venice, CA 90291
PFC Day 2016:
until September 24th
Thanks to Judi Hunt, our PFC family has had the opportunity to visit the beautiful people of Anguilla several times. In our last visit, we experienced the incredible talent of their young people, and the equally extraordinary commitment of their schools, which offer 4 years of music education for every child. We visited the Albena Lake Hodge Secondary School, were awed by their talent, and then students, teachers and families from that school came to The Great House to share a magical time of music and love with the PFC family. We will be bringing more instruments back to that wonderful school and their amazing teacher, Daphne. When asked if any of the students remember what their lives were like before they had music versus now when they know how to play many instruments, one young man responded: "I'm not good at school and I'm not a great athlete. I didn't feel that I was good at anything before I had the music. Now I know I can do this well and I feel good about myself. I can play the guitar and drums and steel pan."
19 September 2016View Event
1651 - 11th Avenue, Regina, Saskatchewan, S4P 0H7, Canada
Playing For Change Saskatchewan is back with five events planned for PFC Day this year. New for this year is the Playing for Change Film Festival, held on September 15, 16, 17 and 18 at the Regina Public Library Film Theatre. Also new is Playing for Change at Last Mountain Lake, hosted by the Songs 4 Nature Workshop at the Last Mountain Lake National Wildlife Area near Nokomis. And of course we'll have all our regular PFC Day events, including Playing for Change in Montmartre, Change Your Strings for Change at Sawchyn Guitars in Regina, and our home concert: PFC Day at the Artful Dodger. Here's the line-up at the Dodger: 1:00 pm: The Lincoln Loggers 1:45: Ramses Calderon 2:00: Wanda Gronhovd and Rachel MacDonald 2:45: Carla McEwen 3:00: Mandemonium 3:30: True Rock Singers 3:55: UMOJA: One Heart ~ One Beat 4:30: Sing-along: "Three Little Birds" 4:45: Collaboration: Patrick Johnson, Beth Curry, Shane and Ethan Reoch 5:35: The Real Darrins 6:05: Spirit of the Drum, with Joanne Crofford 6:35: Martin and Mariel 7:00: Collaboration: Joelle Fuller, Regan Hinchcliffe and Jack Walton 7:45: Belle Plaine 8:25: Collaboration: The Lost Boys and the Yallah Habibi Dancers 9:00: Michael Fox 9:15: Erroll Kinistino and the Dog River Band, with special guest Shannon McNabb 10:00: Sing-along: "Three Little Birds" 10:15: Wildfire Tribal Vibes: music, dance and light show!
24 September 2016View Event
Los Angeles, CA, 90063, United States
Members of the incredible "Recycled Orchestra" from Cateura, Paraguay, will be making an appearance at the East Los Angeles Performing Arts Academy on PFC Day to accompany a preview of their documentary film "Landfill Harmonic."
24 September 2016View Event