What a Night! RCMF’s benefit concert in NYC has been a great success

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Thanks to everyone who helped make the RCMF’s benefit concert last week such a memorable evening. We were delighted to welcome guests from all over the United States whose generosity raised over $90,000 for the festival’s educational initiative, the De Simone Young Artist Program. It is always a pleasure to share with our friends who live here a bit of what we do in Rome each year, and we hope that you will join us for the upcoming festival, June 4-8, at the Palazzo Barberini.

More pictures and a video on www.facebook.com/romechamberfestival


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