When: Fri., April 23, 2:07 p.m. 2010
The Michael Rolfe Pancreatic Cancer Foundation and The Chicago Classical Recording Foundation are co-hosting, "Enchanted April," an evening of music, art and fine wine on: Friday, April 23rd - 7:30 p.m. at Lillstreet Art Center, 4401 N. Ravenswood, Chicago. The event includes desserts, a wine tasting, and features world famous violinist Rachel Barton Pine who will perform selected works. Ticket price: $75 and can be purchase on either organization's websites or by calling 312-726-7766. Proceeds will benefit both organizations. The Rolfe Foundation www.rolfefoundation.org supports early detection research, and support services for patients and their families. The Chicago Classical Recording Foundation www.cedillerecords.org preserves the city’s rich musical heritage. The Rolfe Foundation has raised over $4 million for early detection pancreatic cancer research and also funds local cancer support services. The Chicago Classical Recording Foundation preserves Chicago’s rich musical heritage by documenting the work of its finest musicians, ensembles, and composers.