Music Fundraiser for Our CFA Please join me in making a difference! The bushfires in Australia have devastated our land and communities. Our firefighters have faced, and are still facing, countless hours of fighting fires as they battle to protect homes, properties, native forests and animals. This fundraiser is a tribute to their endurance, resilience and strength, in the form of a music marathon. Who the Money will go to The money raised through this marathon will be in aid of The Trustee for the Country Fire Authority (CFA). Every donation will help. 100% of donations from this Music Marathon will be paid directly to the CFA. What the Money will be used for More information about The Trustee for the CFA: All revenues are vested in Victorian volunteer fire brigades. The brigades use these funds for a wide range of emergency service purposes including the acquisition of additional equipment such as vehicles, defibrillators, and thermal imaging cameras, as well as fire station improvements. Who I am I am Natasha Lin, a concert pianist, music therapist, and the founder of Keys to Wellbeing. I believe in the potential of music as a harness for social and community wellbeing. The Music Marathon Top classical musicians in Melbourne have banded together for this 16-hr music marathon event to pay tribute to the firefighters' endurance, resilience and courage during bushfire crisis. Starting from 7am, the performances will run continuously until 11pm. To support this fundraiser, you can make a donation through our GoFundMe page. On the day of the music marathon, we invite you to join us in enjoying the music and reflecting on the amazing work the firefighters are doing. Entry will be with on-site cash/card donation, all are welcome. Date: Sat 29 Feb 2020 Time: 7am - 11pm Venue: Tempo Rubato, 34 Breese St., Brunswick VIC 3052 The Lineup 7.00am Natasha Lin (piano, organiser) 7.30am Rathdowne String Quartet 8.00am Ensemble Goldentree 8.30am Nick Slaney (piano) 9.00am Bei Mi Chen's students: Miliah Dee (piano) Tenki Khoo (piano) Lucas Chan (piano) Frances Chan (piano) 9.30am Kit Millais (trombone) 10.00am Nadia Koudasheva (piano) 10.30am Luke Howard (piano) 11.00am William James Schmidt (piano) 12.00pm Matthew Kneale (bassoon) 1.00pm Daniel Nistico (classical guitar) 2.00pm Natasha Lin's student: Yanning Ho Susanna Leung (piano) 2.30pm Belinda Liew (cello) 3.00pm Stefan Cassomenos (piano) 4.00pm Tristan Lee (piano) 4.30pm Daniel Nistico (classical guitar) 5.00pm Kelvin Nguyen (piano) Ray Liang (piano) Richard Liang (piano) Yii Ying Tan (piano) 6.00pm Yiyun Gu (piano) 6.30pm Alex Mathew & Georgina Lewis (soprano, piano) 7.00pm Coady Green-Smith (piano) 8.00pm Yiyun Gu (piano) 8.30pm Chris Wong (piano) 9.00pm Willard Zhong (violin) 9.30pm Leighton Triplow & Claire de Lallo (tenor, piano) 10.00pm Chris Nankervis (piano) 10.30pm Mila Li (violin) 11pm end You can also find the line up, with further information on performers here. About Tempo Rubato - Tempo Rubato is a live classical music venue at 34 Breese St Brunswick: www.temporubato.com.au - Licence: Tempo Rubato holds an on-premises licence (they can serve drinks to be consumed on the premises until 11pm) - Getting here: Tempo Rubato is 150m from Anstey Station, 350m from the number 19 tram and is just off the Upfield Bike Path. Bike racks are available. There is also street parking in the near vicinity. - Accessibility: Tempo Rubato is an accessible and inclusive space, with wheelchair access to the performance space and bathrooms. They also provide a gender-inclusive bathroom. - Children: Children are very welcome at Tempo Rubato but must be with a supervising adult.