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Rehearsal for Sacred, Too
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Rehearsal for Sacred, Too
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Sacred, Too on November 3, 2018
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Sacred, Too on November 3, 2018
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Kathi Funston, Rebecca Ramirez and Marvin Neumann perform Regina coeli
Sacred, Too on November 3, 2018
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Rob Weddle, Kevin Chinn, Lisa Margaroli and Kathi Funston perform Dirshu Adonai
Sacred, Too on November 3, 2018
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Pastor Kobie Vermaak describes Tshotsholoza
Sacred, Too on November 3, 2018
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DeBorah Sharpe-Taylor performs Tshotsholoza
Sacred, Too on November 3, 2018
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Artistic Director Glenn Carlos
Sacred, Too on November 3, 2018
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Sacred, Too on November 3, 2018
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Six Centuries of Music.

Community Outreach

Through its Community Outreach Program, the MMC looks for opportunities to make its concerts accessible to people who often are not able to participate in the vibrant cultural life of the region. Consequently, the MMC has developed rewarding partnerships with the following agencies. Each of these four organizations offers critical assistance to members of our community. Annually, the MMC dedicates at least ten percent of its tickets to members of these agencies and their caregivers.
 
APAIT: Their goal is to positively impact the quality of life for medically under-served communities in Los Angeles, especially in the Pico-Union district, living with or at risk for HIV/AIDS and other health disparities through culturally competent and linguistically appropriate programs.
 
Being Alive: Established in 1986, Being Alive is Los Angeles' first nonprofit membership organization created and operated by and for people living with HIV/AIDS. They offer emotional support, treatment education, prevention, advocacy, wellness and social services.
 
Braille Institute: The Braille Institute is a private nonprofit organization whose mission for more than 90 years has been to eliminate barriers to a fulfilling life caused by blindness and severe sight loss. Integrated educational, social and recreational programs and services are provided through the dedicated efforts of more than 4,000 volunteers.
 
West Hollywood Community Housing Corporation: Their mission is to develop safe, decent and affordable housing for people with limited income, including those with special needs, which enhances the community and supports economic diversity. They envision sustainable communities of healthy, diverse neighborhoods within the greater Los Angeles area.

For information about the MMC Community Outreach Program, please email: info@metrosings.org

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