"An Evening of Music and Wine" to Benefit Notes with a Purpose @ Porsche

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Gaudin Porsche of Las Vegas

6800 Redwood Street · Las Vegas, NV

How to find us

Located south of I-215 between S. Rainbow and S. Jones (exit S. Rainbow from I-215). Valet your car for free and walk in!

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An "Evening of Music & Wine" returns to Porsche!


You are invited to our annual spring fundraiser! By popular demand, we are returning to the Gaudin Porsche of Las Vegas showroom on Wednesday, April 25th. We are transforming the Gaudin Porsche showroom into a concert hall, pairing wine to the music, providing delicious bites, and showcasing incredible musicians.

100% of proceeds from this event directly funds our charitable work with at-risk kids and adults—over 24,000 have been reached by our outreach programs so far under our award-winning music nonprofit umbrella, Notes with a Purpose.


Three Carnegie Hall Musicians
Catherine Gregory, flute
Moran Katz, clarinet
Shelley Monroe Huang, bassoon

Two Rising Las Vegas Stars
Jeremy Russo, cello
Jordan Farber, bassoon

and NWP's Founder and Yamaha Artist
Dr. Alexandria Le, piano

Musical program includes:
Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue, Rachmaninov's Vocalise, Bach's Goldberg Variations, Vivaldi's Concerto in G minor, and Cesar Franck's Sonata in A major.

Buy your tickets at: http://NWPatPorsche.eventbrite.com

For the evening's sips and bites:

Special hors d'oeuvres are provided throughout the evening by
Executive Chef Douglas Taylor,
Executive Chef Khai Vu (District One),
PublicUs and Cured & Whey.

Wine pairings are possible thanks to Breakthru Beverage and Notes with a Purpose's sommelier-in-residence, Jaime Smith. There will also be a silent auction, so be ready to bid!

Don't miss this special event April 25th.

Support the arts in Las Vegas: http://NWPatPorsche.eventbrite.com

100% of proceeds and donations from the event will support our programs, which enrich the quality of life for underserved kids and adults:

During the week of our benefit event, The Music JuiceBox Series is touring ten Title I elementary schools, reaching 2,486 fourth and fifth graders in five days with three Carnegie Hall musicians.

The Lullaby Project helps expectant mothers initiate the bonding process with their babies by co-creating lullabies. We are excited to launch this project in the[masked] seasons.

Every Wednesday, we coordinate high school music students to give back to their hometown by playing at the Las Vegas Rescue Mission, a downtown homeless shelter and food pantry.

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Thank you to our program underwriters:
Partial underwriting for[masked]'s The Music JuiceBox Series comes from the Nevada Arts Council, the National Endowment for the Arts and the Las Vegas Science & Technology Festival. Lullaby Project's pilot underwriting comes from Michael and Renee Yackira, with partnerships with the University of Nevada Las Vegas and the Sunrise Children's Foundation. April 25th's Benefit Event's Gold Sponsors are Ernst & Young.