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After completing the IB Diploma Program, Spandi has begun college at UC Berkeley where she hopes to pursue a double major in International Relations and Media and a minor in Global Poverty and Practice. She loves to play the piano, box, explore new cultures (especially their cuisines) and spend time with her friends and her two turtles. By the time she is 30 she wants to have lived in every habitable continent in the world.

Benefit Concert For Sandy Hook Victims At Somethin’ Jazz Club In New York

Photo Credit: Article.wn.com

Photo Credit: Article.wn.com

The New Year is upon us and while we may all have different resolutions for the coming months, one we should all work towards is supporting those who need it. One such opportunity to do so is on  Wednesday January 16th, at the Somethin’ Jazz Club, where families and friends are gathering to commemorate the loss of their loved ones at the recent events in Sandy Hook Elementary School and the loss of their cherished musician Jimmy Greene through a benefit concert.

The show will consist of Connecticut born jazz singer Lisa Maxwell performing while being accompanied by a talented band of musicians which include Mike McGuirk on bass, Andrew Swift on the drums, Matt Garrison on the saxophone and Jay Azzolina on guitar. Attendees will be graced with vivid performances of classic American songs while enjoying the authentic and comfortable setting of the club. Profits of ticket sales will go to the Newtown Rotary Foundation which will use the funds to support families and first responders.

WHEN: Wednesday January 16, 2013 from 9 to 10:45 PM

WHERE:
Somethin’ Jazz Club
212 East 52nd Street, 3rd Floor
(between 2nd & 3rd Ave)
New York, NY 10022
Ph. 212-371-7657

TICKETS: $25. Tickets are available at the Inn at Newtown, 19 Main Street or by calling 203-270-1876

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