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Saturday, May 10

The Erin Hanson Gallery Spring Open House

Erin Hanson Gallery

6731 San Fernando Road, Glendale, 91201

5:00pm to 10:00pm

Join renowned Los Angeles based open-impressionist artist, Erin Hanson on Saturday, May 10th from 5pm – 10pm at her Glendale gallery for a spring evening of live music, fine art and drinks. Attendees will not only enjoy a bubbling good time, one lucky attendee will win an original Erin Hanson piece in a rare painting raffle offered by the artist.

We are excited to announce The Erin Hanson Gallery’s 3rd Open House, a now seasonal staple for Los Angeles art lovers. This season’s focus is decidedly spring with boisterous live music, bubbly drinks and Erin Hanson’s signature effervescent take on West Coast landscapes. The evening is sure to be a roaring good time that will be remembered by all!

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Union Station Homeless Services’ Annual Soirée

Langham Huntington

1401 S Oak Knoll Ave, Pasadena, 91106

5:30pm

A Place to Call Home: Annual Benefit Soirée for Union Station Homeless

Services, with Academy Award and Grammy nominated actor and

musician John C. Reilly as emcee (Magnolia, Chicago and Gangs of

New York, John Reilly & Friends).

A Place to Call Home is a benefit dinner for Union Station Homeless

Services honoring community members Russell Ferrante & Gerry

Puhara and Sid & Betsey Tyler for their dedication to ending

homelessness in the Pasadena community. Tickets cost $250.

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Union Station Homeless Services’ Annual Soirée

Langham Huntington

1401 S Oak Knoll Ave, Pasadena, 91106

5:30pm

A Place to Call Home: Annual Benefit Soirée for Union Station Homeless Services, with Academy Award and Grammy nominated actor and musician John C. Reilly as emcee (Magnolia, Chicago and Gangs of New York, John Reilly & Friends).

Union Station Homeless Services is the San Gabriel Valley’s largest social service agency assisting homeless and very low-income adults and families. Our mission is help men, women and children rebuild their lives and end homelessness. Union Station provides comprehensive services to help homeless individuals achieve self-sufficiency, including intake and assessment, emergency shelter, case management, career counseling, transitional housing, medical and mental health services, women’s and family services, and housing resources.

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Divine Strings Fundraiser featuring Carnatic violinist Aishu Venkataraman

UCLA Ackerman Grand Ballroom

308 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, 90095

7:30pm to 9:30pm

Please order tickets at www.rishi.eventbrite.com
Admission is FREE with registration!

A charity concert with one mission: to help impoverished Indian villagers escape the cycle of poverty. Donate and empower poor villagers in India!

Divine Strings Performers:
Violin: Aishu Venkataraman
Mridangam: Vinod Venkataraman
Ghatam: Tripoonithura Radhakrishnan

All concert funds will go towards Project RISHI's public health projects in rural India. These initiatives include providing clean water, increasing healthcare access, improving literacy, and promoting sustainable energy resources. Project RISHI (Rural India Social and Health Improvement) currently has partnered with 4 villages in India:
Vadamanappakkam, Tamil Nadu (UCLA and UC Berkeley)
Anandwan, Maharashtra (UC Davis and UC San Diego)
Bodagattu, Andhra Pradesh (UC Irvine)
Charnia, Haryana (Northwestern)

Please visit http://www.projectrishi.org/locations/ to learn more about each village.

Divine Strings and Aishu Venkataraman:
Aishu began her training in Suzuki violin at the tender age of two-and-a-half. At age four, she started learning the Carnatic or South Indian style of music under the tutelage of the eminent violin maestro T. N. Krishnan. Widely regarded as the Yehudi Menuhin of the East, Krishnan has selected and groomed Aishu to be his next protege – an honor of the highest magnitude. While continuing to play South Indian Classical Music, Aishu became the youngest student accepted into Berklee College of Music at age 13.
Aishu's tonal quality, spectral purity and strong bowing technique are the hallmarks of her performance style. The Indian newspaper Star of Mysore lauds Aishu's tremendous performance style: "In Aishwarya, nature seems to have treasured a worthy successor to the current four violin giants: TN Krishnan, Lalgudi G. Jayaraman, Parur MS Gopalakrishnan and M Chandrashekhar. Watch her evolution with love and care."

Please visit http://www.divinestrings.com/ for more info on Aishu and her music.

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