Just met Junko Suzuki Parsons and her friends at Mari Kawawa’s fundraiser “Twilight COncert on the Bay”, Saturday, April 27th, 2013 in Tiburon, CA, featuring the Edgewood Trio. Junko’s team is helping promote the Kids Orchestra Japan Project, an exchange program of youths in Japan and the U.S. collaborating with music. Their goal is to connect the kids in the affected areas in the Tohoku area of Japan to help them through these challenging times. Will be updating more about their progress.
We hope you will join together with Yoshi’s to raise money for Japan in their monumental time of need, with a goal of raising money to aid in the rebuilding of cities, towns, farms, and helping individual growers, farmers, producers and fishermen. 100% of net proceeds from the sale of this tee will go to the American Red Cross.
The Oakland Fukuoka Sister City Association is having a concert fund-raiser at Yoshi’s Oakland with the band Hiroshima. The net proceeds from ticket and CD sales will be donated to the Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern CA (JCCCNC) for Northern Japan Earthquake Relief.
Tickets are limited so reserve your spot for SUNDAY, MAY 29th (6pm “meet & greet the band”/7pm concert)
$40 for tickets
CD’s Legacy or Under the Stars $20 each/Christmas CD $15”
We Are One Island:
Japan Relief Concert and Auction
Where: Oakland Asian Cultural Center (OACC)
388 9th St., Ste 290 (2nd Floor, Pacific Renaissance Plaza)
Oakland, CA 94607
When: Saturday, April 23, 2011,
6-7pm Silent Auction/Doors Open
$15-$25 Sliding Scale, no one turned away. All ages welcome. Door prizes for full price and above.
What: 100% of the proceeds will go directly towards Japanese Community and Cultural Center of Northern California’s (JCCCNC) effective and established Northern Japan Earthquake Relief Fund www.jcccnc.org.
An evening of honoring, remembrance and hope, We Are One Island will be emcee’d by Kara Tsuboi (Oakland A’s), beginning with a traditional ceremony led by the Buddhist Church of Oakland, followed by a video slideshow of local damage to critical areas. Offerings from the stage include performances by Marina Fukushima (Kunst-Stoff), Purple Moon Dance Project, Shirley Muramoto and Brian Wong, Michael Sasaki, Maze Daiko, RyuQ Murasaki Daiko, Asian Crisis, Sushi Cal Band, Dirty Boots, and Hip-Hop/Spoken Word artist, Colin “Senbei” Ehara. A silent auction will feature selected, original works by many well-known folks from the API arts community.
Presented by One Island Productions and Oakland Asian Cultural Center, sponsors include Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center (APICC), Apex Express/KPFA 94.1 FM, California Capital & Investment Group, JCCCNC, Center for Asian American Media (CAAM), Crosswater Media, East Bay Express, Flytrap Studios, GamaGo, Hello!Lucky, Hyphen Magazine, Kearny Street Workshop (KSW), Lumina Arts, Matsuda Guitars, Oakland A’s, Oaklandish, Ozumo, Pro Arts, Rhythmix Cultural Center, The Vinapa Foundation for Cross-Cultural Studies, and Yoshi’s Oakland. Additional supporters include many other local businesses, community and arts organizations.
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