Stamford Symphony Benefit Concert Supports Wolves
Apr 03, 2015 12:54AM
The Spring Concert Benefit with Wolf Conservation Center Founder (WCC) and pianist Hélène Grimaud and the Stamford Symphony Orchestra will take place on April 25 at 8pm and on April 26 at 3pm. The special benefit performance at the Palace Theater in Stamford will also provide environmental education about wolves.
A pre-concert dinner will be held on April 25 at Cask Republic Restaurant as well as an intimate post-concert dinner at a private home in Pound Ridge, New York, on April 26 to benefit the center. Full proceeds from all tickets purchased through WCC’s website will directly benefit WCC.
The Wolf Conservation Center was founded in 1996 in South Salem, New York. The center has educated more than 35,000 people annually about wolves, their crucial relationship to the environment, and how we can all work together to protect them against the possibility of extinction.