Juno Award Winner, Molly Johnson, and Canadian Icon, Albert Schultz, team up with the boys of Royal St. George's College to Give Mothers the Gift of Music
TORONTO, April 30 /CNW/ - The passion for music is alive and well in the heart of Toronto's Annex as Canada's queen of Jazz, Molly Johnson and Founding Artistic Director of Soulpepper theatre, Albert Schultz, team up with the talented boys of Royal St. George's College and special guests to host the inaugural RSGC Mother's Day Concert.
They are taking the stage at The Yonge Centre for the Performing Arts this Mother's Day in support of the RSGC Music Scholarship Fund. "As an artist and a mother, I feel that it is essential to celebrate and support the young musical talent of Toronto", says Molly Johnson, whose two sons attend RSGC, "and what better way to do that than showcase this talent in a special tribute to the mothers that make it possible".
This exclusive show is expected to set a precedent unlike any other show put on by neighboring independent Toronto schools. "RSGC has a superior music program", says Stephanie Martin, special guest in the concert and current mother at the school, "and the musical talent that RSGC has is unparalleled". All proceeds raised from the concert are going directly to the RSGC Music Scholarship Fund.
Royal St. George's College is an independent university preparatory school which provides a stimulating and supportive environment, grounded in Christian values and dedicated to instilling in boys the knowledge, skill and adaptability to live a balanced, purposeful and happy life.
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