2022 / “Send Your Love” charity concert for 2011 Japan’s disaster set for April 10 at Salvation Army Torrance

Tulips in Harmony Send Your Love

Music group “Tulips in Harmony” which was founded in South Bay Area of Los Angeles, is sharing their love and heart through their music performances.

Their mission is to encourage music culture and music education for our futureʼs musicians and audience members in the community.

Cultural News forwards the proposal and invitation by Tulips in Harmony to present the 11th Annual Memorial Charity Event for victims of the Great Eastern Japan Earthquake Tsunami Disaster on March 11, 2011.

“Send Your Love” New Charity Series No.11
April 10th 2022 at 3pm
 
Salvation Army Torrance Corps (200 Seats)
 
4223 Emerald Street, Torrance CA 90503

http://www.tulipsinharmony.org/

 

Program: Classic J-pop, Folk Tune, American Pops, Jazz       Japanese Traditional Music, Hana wa Saku, Kimono Fashion Show

Artist, MusiciansLA Dreams, Gail Violin Studio Shihori, Mtsutoyokai, Kawachiondo, nTyme (North Torrance Youth Musicians Ensemble)  Lomitas / Tulips in Harmony chorus, Musicians and more

Purpose: to encourage music culture and music education for our future’s musicians and audience members in our community

Budget2500 -costsrental space, advertising, free tickets and concert             

Through your advertisement, you can support hiring professional musicians and covering event costs, invite audiences with free tickets from babies to seniors.

Supporter:
Music for SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals), Heiwa Matsuri Central, Sweet Orange Magazine

Business Cooperation Supporters Benefits: 1 Advertised through online, free magazines and printed program 2 TAX deductible Donation (#81-5340694) 3 invite audiences with free tickets from babies to seniors (for example for $200 donation will be paid for 10 Kids free tickets )

This is the link from 2019 event https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_lHclVvqQ4AA7YPNyRs_YfCbZj5rYzPG

The number of people that come to this event has been increasing to around 150-200 people per event, including musicians, volunteers, and the audience.

Usually we send around $1000-2000 to Japan. This year we wish that the concert will encourage the community in these trying times!

How to Donate:
1) Online
https://www.tulipsinharmony.org/donation-tickets-membership/
2) With Check:
Tulips in Harmony, Inc, 25421 Eshelman Ave. Lomita, CA 90717
3) Zelle, PayPal
tulipsinharmonyinc@gmail.com

Questions and Contact: tulipsinharmony@gmail.com  to Naomi Ozawa, President of Tulips in Harmony.