Quinton Morris and Friends in Recital

 You’re invited!

Come enjoy an afternoon of classical music performed by Key to Change Executive Director and Founder Dr. Quinton Morris and talented guest musicians! He will be joined by cellist and Key to Change Board Vice President Keith Thomas, pianist and Key to Change accompanist Joseph Williams, and Seattle Symphony french horn player Danielle Kuhlmann.

The concert will feature musical works by Beethoven, Brahms, Glière, and Still.

All proceeds from this special benefit concert will go toward Key to Change student scholarships. We can’t wait to see you there!

Tickets are $15 general admission and free for students.

The concert takes place at 2pm on Saturday, February 23, at the IKEA Performing Arts Center. Reserve your tickets here.

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Key Changemaker: Shelia Holiman

Key Changemaker of the Month:
Highlighting excellence in our community  

“Playing violin gives me a peace of mind and lots of joy. I love when I can perform for family, friends, and for an audience. Through Key to Change, I have grown as a musician and bettered by skills as an artist.”  –  Shelia Holiman, Key to Change Violin Student

–  Shelia Holiman, Key to Change Violin Student

Our Key Changemaker of the Month is our violin student Shelia Holiman! Shelia is in 10th grade at Kentridge High School. She attended Key to Change’s Five for Five – Learn to Thrive summer music camp last June and is now studying violin at our studio on scholarship. Dr. Morris describes Shelia as “a delightful person, who always comes to class with a smile and ready to learn. She also makes the best macaroni and cheese I’ve ever tasted!”

Thank you Shelia for the beautiful music you bring to our community!

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