CHI Memorial Foundation will host the fourteenth annual Cam Busch Endowed Arts for Health Lecture Series and Gallery Event on May 9, 2014, from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. in the beautiful new Heart Center in the North Tower at Memorial. Once again, the Lecture Series brings to Chattanooga an exceptional presentation – featuring Los Angeles Philharmonic violinist, Robert Gupta.
When Robert was caught between a career as a doctor and as a violinist, he realized his place was in the middle, with bow in hand and a sense of compassion in heart, he founded Street Symphony, a non profit organization dedicated to bringing live, classical music to the mentally ill, imprisoned and homeless. Hear his moving story of society’s marginalized and the power of music therapy.
This year the event offers a unique, one-time Gallery Event. Mingle with other local art lovers at the new North Tower Heart Center at Memorial while viewing a collection of works by local and regional artists. Each piece has been specifically chosen by Memorial’s art selection committee for display in the new North Tower Heart Center. Pieces may be sponsored at the Gallery Party and permanent recognition will be displayed with each piece.
Individual tickets are $50 each and include sumptuous hors d’oeuvres, the host bar, access to view a collection of works by local and regional artists, and an amazing performance by Robert Gupta. Ticket holders will be among the first to get a sneak preview of this beautiful building before it is open to the public. Purchase tickets online or call (423) 495-4438.