Dienstag, 13. Juli 2010 um 19:00 Uhr
COCA (Center of Creative Arts) 524 Trinity Avenue
St. Louis, United States
MUSICIAN AND PHILANTHROPIST PETER BUFFETT COMES TO ST. LOUIS TO PERFORM “LIFE IS WHAT YOU MAKE IT: A CONCERT & CONVERSATION” on July 13
Proceeds to benefit COCA (Center of Creative Arts)
Emmy Award-winning composer, musician, author and philanthropist Peter Buffett will host a “Concert & Conversation” event July 13, performing original compositions while candidly revealing insights into his work, philanthropic efforts and life as son of famed investor Warren Buffett. Proceeds will benefit COCA’s award-winning arts education programming.
The event, “Life Is What You Make It: A Concert & Conversation with Peter Buffett,” takes place at 7:00 p.m. July 13, 2010, at the Center of Creative Arts, 524 Trinity Ave., St. Louis. Buffett’s “Concert & Conversation” combines a cello-accompanied live piano/vocal performance with video clips of his film, TV and philanthropic work that trace his career’s journey. The event is tied to Buffett’s recently released book, Life Is What You Make It (Random House / Harmony Books), which will be available at the event for purchase and signing.
The doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the “Concert & Conversation” performance will follow from 7 - 8:30 p.m. A reception with Buffett starts at 8:30 p.m.
Tickets are $50 for general admission and dessert reception/book signing. Tickets can be purchased at the COCA box office at 524 Trinity Ave. online at www.cocastl.org/tickets, or by phone at (314) 725-6555.
COCA (Center of Creative Arts) has been providing meaningful arts experiences to St. Louisans and their families for more than two decades. COCA’s mission is to enrich lives and build community through the arts. COCA’s noteworthy programming includes: an extensive arts education program in dance, music, theatre, voice and visual arts, offering 500 classes, camps, and workshops annually at its University City headquarters and at 50 schools and community centers; The COCA Family Theatre Series; The Millstone Gallery at COCA; and its award-winning Urban Arts and Interchange programs, providing free arts education and arts integrated programming to students within the St. Louis Public Schools. COCA serves 50,000 people annually. For more information, visit www.COCAstl.org.