Breaking News! FEED and Clarins announce first ever Clarins Million Meals Concert for FEED!

 

FEED and Clarins announce today the first ever Clarins Million Meals Concert for FEED to benefit the FEED Foundation on Wednesday, May 30th from 8pm-10:30pm. The Concert will celebrate FEED’s 5th Anniversary and is slated to take place at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center.

The goal of the concert is to raise enough money in one evening to provide one million school meals through the FEED Foundation.

The Concert will feature an exceptional evening of talent with former President Bill Clinton making a special appearance. The evening will feature performances by high-profile musicians including John Legend, Natasha Bedingfield, Alan Gilbert, conductor of the New York Philharmonic, Violist David Aaron Carpenter and Christoph Eschenbach, renowned pianist and conductor of the National Symphony Orchestra. The featured orchestra of the evening will be the Salomé Chamber Orchestra, an electrifying young chamber orchestra from New York.

Tickets will go on sale starting April 19 via the Lincoln Center box office and will be available to the general public at the following price points: $150 (individual ticket); $500 (individual ticket plus FEED/Clarins gift); and $1000 (individual ticket, pre-concert VIP reception; and FEED/Clarins gift).

Tickets can be purchased at: http://bit.ly/MillionMealsConcert

For more information regarding the concert please visit and follow FEED and Clarins on Facebook and Twitter for news and updates leading up to the show.

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