ALL CANCERS, ALL COLORS, ALL ARTS
Inspired by Play4TheCure, Arts4TheCure is the official fine arts and performing arts fundraising platform of the National Foundation for Cancer Research, It’s not just about one color ribbon, we’re for ALL CANCERS, ALL COLORS, ALL ARTS.
In the era of precision medicine, doctors want to use genetics to select the most effective drugs for each individual patient. It’s time to move beyond individual cancer types – different colored ribbons. By way of precision medicine, we will find cures for all types of cancer. By supporting NFCR’s scientists in their invaluable research endeavors, you are helping pave the way to do exactly that: cure cancer.
We have all been affected by cancer in some way or other or know those who have been. Make a decision to support them. Make a decision to help NFCR pave the way to finding a cure. Together, performing for ALL CANCERS, ALL COLORS and through ALL ARTS, we will make a difference.
Robin Xiaoge Wang
Robin is a mezzo-soprano singer whose tone is described by the industry as “crystal-like” has the experience of international singers. Her repertoire ranges from modern, classical, oriental and western styles. She has held concerts at the Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center, the United States, Europe, Russia and the Far East. She has graduated from the China Conservatory of Music and has a master degree in music from the University of Maryland. In 1999 she made her debut in Russia and she performed successfully in the Rachmaninov Hall in Moscow. In 2000, she held personal solo concerts at the Shanghai Grand Theatre and the Hangzhou Concert Hall. In 2007, she returned to her home country and became a visiting professor at the Anhui Institute of the Arts and a music director of the Oriental Symphony Orchestra. She played a leading role in the “Country Teacher Performance Art” world drama held by the China National Performing Arts Center. This is the dream of every singer. In addition to concert performances, she is also the founder of the International Women’s Choir in the Beijing International Community.
Pete and Sherri Kimbell: Shining a Light on Cancer Research
Pete and Sherri Kimbell have a holiday tradition in Indian Trail, NC that lights up their community while raising money for NFCR. Their story begins in 2012, when Pete’s mother, Joan, was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Learn more about the Kimbells.
Tina started a group called the Youth Art Bridge, which uses art to raise awareness for causes. When learning about NFCR and its work, she assembled a group of students to create and auction off original pieces of art to support cancer research. If you would like to learn more about their program or support their efforts please visit their online fundraising page.
Dodos Combo Jazz Band
The Dodos Combo Jazz Band performed a wonderful set during the cocktail hour prior to the Szent-Györgyi Prize for Progress in Cancer Research ceremony, then once again during dinner. If you would like to learn more or support their cause, you can visit their online fundraising page.