Music For Vision Concerts http://helpmesee.org/musicforvision/
Music for Life International and HelpMeSee will host a series of concerts to support the global campaign to end cataract blindness, the leading form of blindness affecting over 100 million people worldwide.
Malher For Vision
* Location & Date: Carnegie Hall New York City, USA
* Date: 13/02/2017
This concert will be presented by Music for Life International in New York City’s legendary Carnegie Hall, and will feature a performance of Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 2, “Resurrection," with proceeds to benefit HelpMeSee.
Gustav Mahler's Second Symphony draws on images of rebirth and resurrection, which resonate with the experience of restored vision. This event brings together musicians, listeners, and a global community to act to restore light and life to all people suffering from treatable blindness.
Net proceeds will support HelpMeSee's mission to eliminate cataract blindness around the world.
Siri Fort and National Centre for the Performing Arts
* Location: New Delhi & Mumbai, India
* Date: October 23rd – 24th
In October 2016, during the World Sight Day month, Music for Life International and HelpMeSee will present a series of concerts in New Delhi and Mumbai celebrating India’s leading role in the eradication of preventable cataract blindness. These concerts are being planned at the most prestigious venues, including Siri Fort Auditorium in New Delhi and the Tata Theatre.
The New York Society for Ethical Culture
New York City
On Wednesday, 30 March, 2016, Music For Vision, a collaboration between Music for Life International and HelpMeSee, was launched with honoured guest and esteemed Indian classical musician, Amjad Ali Khan, Music For Vision Global Goodwill Ambassador. The event featured performances by Elmira Darvarova, the first woman ever to serve as Concertmaster of the MET Opera Orchestra and New York Philharmonic hornist Howard Wall.
Healey Museum and Groot Kantwijk
On 19 May, 2016, Music for Life International and HelpMeSee presented the Music For Vision at the launch of Stichting HelpMeSee. George Mathew, Mark Kuss and the renowned Dutch pianist Michiel Borstlap performed a program of music of Mahler, Borstlap and Jazz. Michiel Borstlap kindly honored HelpMeSee with a composition named after the organization.