Paris School of Business Economics Professor Phil Cartwright, to hold a concert for underprivileged children in Vietnam and Mongolia with his music company... - The Association Christina Noble and HorizonVU Music join forces
Music is an integral part of the lives of children. With an aim for creating awareness of and providing support for The Association Christina Noble, the humanitarian organization that provides aid and comfort to underprivileged children in Vietnam and Mongolia, a concert is planned for 30 June 2011, 20h00.The organization of this charity event is coordinated by the IMBA (International Master of Business Administration) of Paris School of Business. In close cooperation with the CEO of HorizonVU Music, the students not only get the chance to prove their organizational and promotional skills, but also have the opportunity to contribute to a good cause.
The show which will take place at La Pomme d’Eve , 1 rue Laplace, 75005 Paris, admission 5€, features rising pop artist LYNETTE with Max Jean-Louis, Pierre-Yann Bellego and Fabrice Hoarau performing their latest original material and popular covers which have earned them recognition.
The Association Christina Noble and its programs in Vietnam and Mongolia seek to protect children at risk of economic and sexual exploitation, while ensuring these and other children in need have access to basic care and educational opportunities
HorizonVU Music is about the coming together of hopes and dreams – a dynamic, changing view toward the future which can be attained – with the love of music. HorizonVU Music focuses on the developing careers of emerging artists in rock, alternative and folk. HorizonVU Music CEO, and Promoter, Phil Cartwright said earlier today, “It's a privilege to be a part of something so special. It’s a great chance for us to help kids that need us so very much.”