June 8, 2012
Fitch, Even, Tabin & Flannery LLP was proud to be a sponsor of the Gala Benefit 2012 of the Music of the Baroque Orchestra and Chorus, which took place on June 1 at the Fairmont Chicago.
The event was a fundraising benefit for the Music of the Baroque, a premier professional chorus and orchestra specializing in the performance of eighteenth-century works. In addition, this nonprofit organization conducts an arts education initiative to support and enhance choral programs at Chicago public high schools, providing individual and group vocal instruction by Music of the Baroque chorus members to students who lack the resources to pursue music studies.
For more information regarding Music of the Baroque, please visit their website.
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