Award-winning neo-classical pianist Heidi Breyer and eminent realist artist Alexander Volkov will debut Breyer’s album, “Moonlight in Empty Rooms,” on Feb. 9th at 7:30 p.m., at the First Congregational Church, 121 W. Foster St., Melrose.
In this event, the two artists collaborate in live performance. Alexander speaks philosophically about art and life and Heidi plays solo or ensemble.
Net proceeds will benefit the Refugee Immigration Ministry (RIM), a non-profit organization that provides community-based support for asylum seekers. Our First Congregational Church participates in the Metro-North Cluster of RIM.
Tickets are tax-deductible. Adults: $25 / Children (under 18): $15.
To order tickets: http://moonlightalbum.com/event/first-congregational-church/
About the Refugee Immigration Ministry
“Building Community with Uprooted People to Serve the Common Good,” is the mission of Refugee Immigration Ministry (RIM). This faith-based organization was founded in 1986 and provides community-based support to individuals and families who have been uprooted by violence. Research has shown that when someone has lost everything, they hold on to their faith. RIM’s faith-based approach builds collaboration between community faith groups in order to provide support to each client from his or her own faith.