Saturday June 4 at 7pm
FULL SERIES HERE
Violinist, Lalia Mangnione, and cellist, Rebecca Shasberger, of Renovare Music present “Boldly She Lives” as part of their ‘Voices’ community programming.
In this program, Renovare will share powerful stories of how women have overcome incarceration, addiction, and other hardships through an evening of instrumental music, narratives, and original Documentary Songs. This programming is presented to cultivate empathy and solidarity with those at the margins, people who are often overlooked or forgotten.
Renovare Music is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, founded in 2018, with a mission to share innovative music programming at the highest level of artistry, in diverse community settings. Their work is dedicated to affirming the value of all people, to love our neighbors, and cultivate reconciled communities. Renovare partners with public spaces and local organizations to bring live music where it might not otherwise exist, and amplify voices that often go unheard.
The Ashly Whitmer Correa Foundation was established out of the pain of a Father who turned unbearable grief into incredible hope by honoring the memory of his daughter, Ashly, who lost her courageous 3 year battle with Ewing’s Sarcoma in 2015. The Ashly Whitmer Correa Foundation cultivates a place where Ashly’s life and passions can be honored, partly by creating opportunities for our community to learn and grow in the art of music. AWCF is proud to partner with and support Heights Arts in their mission of inspiring a strong and collaborative arts community in the Cleveland area!