Final Veil in Japan Benefit Concert

After seeing the destruction and devastation in Japan due to the recent tsunami, a large group of St. Louis musicians, spearheaded by Saint Louis Symphony’s Asako Kuboki, are getting together to donate performances in a benefit show with 100% of the show’s proceeds to go to the Red Cross to aid the relief effort in Japan. Have you been wanting to help contribute to the relief effort in some way? Attending this show will be a fun and easy way for you to make a difference, hope to see you there! Japan Benefit Concert Monday, April 11, 2011 7:30 and 9:30pm (Final Veil will be in the 9:30 show) Tickets are at the door, $15 ticket gets you admission to the show plus 2 drink tickets for each guest. The Chapel is located on 6238 Alexander Dr. which wedges off the SW corner of Skinker and Wydown and is located just behind First Memorial Church on 201 S. Skinker facing Forest Park. Yeah I know it’s tricky, so here’s a link where you can view a map:… or just google-map the Chapel at:6238 Alexander DriveSt. Louis, MO 63105 The Concert will be featuring: Erin Bode members of the Saint Louis Symphony Arianna String Quartet & Chiharu Linuma Audra Angelique Farshid Etniko Asako Kuboki Dawn Weber Ralph Butler Todd Mosby Final Veil Bridge Also, there will be a silent auction with all proceeds also going to the Red Cross. If you own a St. Louis business and would like to contribute a gift certificate or merchandise for the auction, please contact Audra Angelique at 314-495-9799 or email her at If contributing, please include one item that clearly represents your business logo so we can best represent your business establishment. Silent benefit auctions such as this are a fabulous marketing opportunity for your business and a great way to give back to your community and this effort. The concert has been featured in an online newspaper article which can be viewed at: