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Jazz Benefit Concert for Swim Strong and Aids Free Africa!
(Published: June 21, 2009)

Special Benefit Concert for Swim Strong Foundation and AIDSfreeAFRICA
Performed on Thursday, June 25th by Rick DellaRatta and Jazz for Peace, fresh from their recent concerts in Rwanda, Africa

New York, NY- On Thursday, June 25, 2009 at 6:00 PM, New York-based and internationally acclaimed jazz pianist, vocalist and composer Rick DellaRatta, will perform a special benefit concert to raise funds for the Swim Strong Foundation and AIDSfreeAFRICA. The benefit will take place at Iguana NYC located at 240 W. 54th Street in New York City. To purchase advance tickets, online please visit www.theswimstrongfoundati... and click on the jazz concert poster. The concert is part of an extensive world tour by Jazz for Peace and the first US appearance since its historic concerts in Rwanda (www.jazzforpeace.org/africaevent.htm).

More Information: http://www.theswimstrongfoundation.org

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