Cuatro Puntos and Christ Church Cathedral invite you to join us for music, food, and a community discussion. A pasta dinner will be provided without charge. You will hear music written and performed by folk violinist Eden MacAdam-Somer alongside Cuatro Puntos. You will have a chance to listen to and participate in a discussion on the impact of violence in the city of Hartford with a panel of local experts. There is no charge for this event. A suggested donation of $10 (not required) goes toward the Music Moves Hartford program.
Moderator: Mr. Kevin Bishop, Executive Director of Cuatro Puntos
1.) Rev. Henry Brown, Mothers United Against Violence
2.) Bishop Jim Curry, Diocese of Connecticut
3.) Dr. Jilda Aliotta, Uyeki Forum on Social Justice and Unlearning Racism (Christ Church Cathedral)
4.) Ms. Jackie Harris-Stone, Music Director of Music Moves Hartford (Cuatro Puntos)
5.) Parent and student representatives from Hartford Parent University
Dr. Eden MacAdam Somer, composer/violinist/folk musician and singer
Mr. Aaron Packard, violin
Dr. Allan Ballinger, cello
Eat dinner with friends. (The food is on us!)
Listen to a new piece of music for string quartet called "The Shooting Gallery", written by Eden MacAdam-Somer especially for this event.
Hear from prominent speakers from around Hartford.
Learn about the new "Music Moves Hartford" program.
Join in as we discuss the issue of violence in our community.