Earthquake Benefit Concert for Turkey & Syria
An All-Star lineup featuring Azam Ali, Loga Ramin Torkian, Naser Musa, Misaq Eshaghi, and the AKM Turkish Music Chorus conducted by Ali Tolga Demirtaş, will collaborate for an evening of Middle Eastern music benefiting earthquake relief efforts in Turkey and Syria.
The donations raised at this event will make a major difference in the lives of the victims, many of whom have lost their loved ones, in addition to their homes and everything they held dear. Please help us rally to support those who were left behind as we come together for an evening of music, remembrance, healing, reflection, and artistic expression.
A donations link is available for those who are unable to attend and wish to donate to the victims in need. Your support and contributions are appreciated.
General admission is $50 for adults and $25 for students.
Children 12 + under- free admission.
Exclusive $100 and up tiers are also available. Exclusive tier ticket holders will be invited to attend a pre-show meet and greet reception with the musicians. All proceeds will be donated to the Turkish Philanthropy Fund and the World Central Kitchen, both instrumental in saving lives and providing desperately needed food and emergency health care.
*On February 6, 2023, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck southern and central Turkey and northern and western Syria. An area of about 350,000 km2 (140,000 sq mi) (about the size of Germany), along with the 14 million people who lived there, were thrown into tragic and deadly circumstances. Approximately 1.5 million people were left homeless. As of March 20th, more than 50,000 victims have perished in Turkey, with an additional 7,200 deaths in Syria. Monetary damage is estimated to be $104 billion in Turkey and $5.1 billion in Syria, making it the fourth-costliest earthquake on record. Damaged roads, winter storms, and disruption to communications hampered rescue and relief efforts, which included a 60,000-strong search-and-rescue force, 5,000 health workers, and 30,000 volunteers.
Following Turkey’s call for international help, more than 141,000 people from 94 countries joined the rescue effort.
Eventbrite ticket/donation link:
We appreciate your support and kind contributions.
- Event Ages: All ages welcome.