Since 1992, more than 3,500 babies were born to the Homeless Prenatal Program. Of those, 90% were of normal weight and 98.5% were drug-free. By combining critical prenatal education and parenting classes, HPP‰۪s Wellness Center increases healthy birth outcomes, promotes maternal and infant health and well-being, improves strong parent-child bonding, and teaches effective parenting skills. Join us to help support the Homeless Prenatal Program, who is proud to present a benefit concert by Regina Carter.
Carter is a jazz violinist, many times lauded for her clear, original sound and her exploration of the American musical heritage. Carter pulls from a diversity of traditions, incorporating Motown, R&B, swing and African folk songs into her solo work. Her continuous experimentation together with her mastery of form has led her to work with musicians including Aretha Franklin, Dolly Parton and Mary J. Blige.
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We recently reduced the ticket price of regular orchestra seats, which are valued at $85. For Chronicle members, not only did we hand-pick these great seats, but we also decreased the ticket price from $55 to $25. Tickets will be at Nourse Theater will call on the day of the event. Bring your photo ID.
Saturday, Feb. 27
7:30 p.m.: Check-in
8 p.m.: Event starts
275 Hayes Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
*You are responsible for youråÊown transportation and any parking fees.
For any questions or inquiries,åÊdo notåÊcontact the venue, pleaseåÊemailåÊthe membership team.
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