Media Advisory - 1,200 Biz And Cultural Who's Who Fundraise Over $1 Million At Mayor's Evening For The Arts Fundraiser

AT MTCC North Building, Constitution Hall, 255 Front Street West

ON Monday, October 26, 2015

TORONTO, Oct. 26, 2015 /CNW/ -

Media Interviews & Photo Opps



6pm - 7pm





Media Interviews and Photo Opps 







Mayor John Tory; filmmakers Norman Jewison, Don McKellar and Atom Egoyan (Dinner Co-Chair); "Dragons Den" Robert Herjavec and "Dancing With the Stars" partner Kym Johnson; Canadian soprano Measha Brueggergosman; Principal Dancer, Guillaume Côté, National Ballet of Canada; guitarist Liona Boyd; actor, R.H. Thomson; as well as prize-winning authors Nino Ricci and Robert Rotenberg; Michael "Pinball" Clemons, Vice-Chair for the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League; etalk's Ben Mulroney; as well as Jeff Melanson, TSO; Alexander Neef, Canadian Opera Company; TIFF's Piers Handling, Cameron Bailey and Michele Maheux.








Event Spokespeople:




Nova Bhattacharya, Board of Directors, Toronto Arts Foundation, Board President, Toronto Arts Council, award winning dancer




Claire Hopkinson, Director & CEO of Toronto Arts Foundation/Toronto Arts Council






VIP Reception, - Mayor's walk-about in Arts in the Parks setting with performances by outdoor dance festival, visual artists, contemporary jazz, pop pianist




7.20pm - 8.15pm





Performer Theo Tams (Canadian singer, winner, 6th season, CTV's  "Canadian Idol;")







Kazoos - the Mayor joins in with 1,200 guests to serenade the Blue Jays accompanied by the 1,200 cultural and business leader attendees.


Multimedia performances throughout the evening.

 


High-End Live and Silent Auctions.



WHY      

Over $1 million funds raised in support of artists working in all areas of Toronto.


This celebratory showcase featuring the talents of new generation artists and those renowned on the world stage, will be attended by a sold-out crowd of business, civic and cultural leaders.

 

Contact Information:

Toronto Arts Foundation, a charitable organization, provides the opportunity for individuals, private and public foundations, corporations and government agencies to invest in and strengthen the arts in Toronto.   

For more information on the Toronto Arts Foundation and The Mayor's Evening for the Arts please visit www.torontoartsfoundation.org

 

SOURCE Toronto Arts Foundation

For further information: Kim Galvez, Galvez + associates, 416-702-0901, kgalvez@sympatico.ca


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