A Cappella Groups Unite for ETM Benefit Concert
On October 22nd, three Princeton University a cappella groups (The Princeton Katzenjammers, Roaring 20 and Shere Khan) held their second annual ETM benefit concert. Utilizing their musical talents to give back, these musicians raised over $1,000 in a single night. Each group performed selections from its repertoire, and between sets the singers spoke about ETM’s mission and work.
ETM thanks these dedicated students for their time and effort, and looks forward to partnering with them in the future. If you are a student musician, performer, or artist who would like to find a way to use your talents to give back, please contact ETM Development Associate Dominique Salerno at dsalerno@ETMonline.org, to learn more about ETM’s Student Advocate and Student Liaison initiatives.
When Worlds Collide: Insurance Professionals Ensure Future of Music Education
This fall, When Worlds Collide, a cover band comprised of New York Life Insurance employees, held two benefit concerts in support of ETM. The musicians are all full-time employees at New York Life Insurance Company, but still find time to come together to practice and perform.
ETM thanks band members Daniel Tichio, Gerard Mirabito, Carl Hottinger, Frank Paglia, John Satir, Michael Stefano, Robert Blaney and Mark Guerra for supporting music education and applauds them for pursuing their musical passions alongside their careers.
If you would like to host a benefit concert for ETM, contact Dominique Salerno at dsalerno@ETMonline.org.