Fundraising Story for Generosity/Indiegogo


suzanne deanI have always been a lover of animals. After going on Safari in South Africa a couple of years ago, I wanted to become much more involved with animal conservation and try to make a difference.  As a composer/musician, I wanted to do something to combine my music with this desire; I then found an opportunity to do just that.




to benefit CROW




Sneak Preview of

The Rowland Scherman Archives


Saturday, July 30th  5 - 7 pm



57 Route 6A, Orleans

(next to the Double Dragon)



Meet Suzanne Dean, Associate Professor at Berklee College of Music. Her new CD, Come to Paradise, is an eclectic mix of 6 original compositions.


On display will be a selection of African wildlife photos taken by Suzanne and her daughter, Emily Opack. One of her new songs, Ngizohamba, an African piece with lyrics in Zulu, serves as an homage to African wildlife.


Donations collected will benefit the Centre for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife in Durban, South Africa.


Also be one of the first to check out the new multi-media exhibit, the Rowland Scherman Photographic Archives. Amazing images of the events, politics, and music of the 1960s. Free to the public this evening only!


Thanks so much for your interest.

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