Ginkgos Blossom; Hope Endures
Please Join Our Online 2020
Gala Celebration and Fundraiser
Honoring our Amazing Artists
Ginkgo trees near the center of the atomic blasts in Hiroshima survived the inferno because of their resilience and deep roots, sprouting new leaves within days. The survivor trees have come to represent the endurance of hope.
MOR’s roots in our community are deep, our resilience strong. But we need your help to sprout new leaves.
Please join our online celebration. By supporting our work, you’re also supporting our extraordinary performers and sustaining our arts community at this challenging time.
By supporting our mission, you’re making it possible for us to tell stories of hope and courage that are so needed in today’s world. MOR performs music that matters – now more than ever.
Sunday, December 6th, 5:00 p.m. (Pacific)
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Hosted by beloved actor Curt Branom and
MOR’s visionary founder and
artistic director Mina Miller
With MOR’s extraordinary artists joined by
special guest performers and composers
In some of our musical highlights, plus the world premieres of new works that composers Lori Laitman and Tom Cipullo have created for this celebration
Along with memorable surprise appearances