Schuster “Welcomes” Immigrants with Philharmonic concerts

 
 The City of Dayton, Welcome Dayton initiative has partnered with the Dayton Philharmonic orchestra to present a weekend of special shows and concerts at the Schuster Performing Arts Center in Downtown Dayton.
Dayton neighborhood residents, especially members of the immigrant community are encouraged to dress up and come out to enjoy these free, family friendly concerts at an elegant venue.  Two performances are scheduled:
Dayton Philharmonics“Epic Journeys” Classical Performance -January 9 or January 10 at 8:00 pm  2 TICKETS will be made available to each interested household.
 
 “Shostakovich: The Witness” Classical Connections – January 11 at 3:00 pm  4 TICKETS will be made available to each interested houehold
 
 According to Melissa Bertolo ,the Welcome Dayton Program Coordinator  of City of Dayton Human Relations Council, these concerts are suitable for all adults and particularly educational for young adults of ages 12 and over.
 
Both concerts will be held at the glamorous Schuster Performing Arts Center, located at 1 West Second Street (corner of 2nd & Main Streets) Dayton, Ohio 45402.
 
In support of the City’s effort to make law abiding immigrants feel welcome in Miami Valley, Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra would like to welcome and invite our Dayton neighbors – and especially those who are new to the area – for a great evening or afternoon of classical music.
 
The romantic Scottish Fantasy for these classical concerts will be under the direction of Conductor Neal Gittleman Jessica Hung, Concertmaster. Complimentary tickets for these unique concerts are going fast. To request for a ticket contact of African Metro News: editor@africanmetronews.com. You may also call the Schuster Center Box Office @ (937) 228-3630. Spanish speaking neighbors, please call (937) 333-1406.

One Response to Schuster “Welcomes” Immigrants with Philharmonic concerts

  1. Sheila says:

    Hello there, My initial entry to the U.S was back in 1996 and I setayd here for a few years without a legal status. My family returned to Mexico but we returned in the summer of 2000 and I’ve been here ever since with no absences, I have a clean record, graduated High School in 2010. Does that abscence disqualify me from DACA? Given the chance I’m approved and given a work permit can I then use that permit to apply for college and financial aid? Thanks. Feel free to e-mail me your response as well.

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