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February 28, 2008
Contact: Press & Media Relations Coordinator (703-993-8794)

For general information about tickets, seating, parking, etc., for performances and events happening at the Center for the Arts, please contact the ticket office directly at 703-993-2787.

Thursday, April 3, 2008, 8 p.m.

FAIRFAX, Va., Feb. 27, 2008 – The Medical Society of Northern Virginia Foundation and the George Mason University Symphony Orchestra host the second annual Music for Medicine Pops Concert for the general public and health care community on Thursday, April 3 at 8 p.m. at George Mason University’s Center for the Arts Concert Hall. Portions of the proceeds from the performance will be donated to Project Access of Northern Virginia, a volunteer coalition of physicians and local healthcare agencies providing specialty care to qualified, low-income and uninsured individuals in Fairfax and Alexandria.

Enjoy an evening of pops with guest artists Richard Novak, voice faculty and tenor, performing selections from “Phantom of the Opera”; Kevin Murray, managing director of Theater of the First Amendment, narrating “Casey at the Bat”; and a special performance by Mason alumna and soprano, April Lebanowski. This family-friendly performance features a selection of favorite popular songs, Hollywood blockbusters, Broadway show tunes and classical repertoire. Music for Medicine promises an entertaining evening for music lovers of all ages.

Further information about Project Access may be obtained at or by calling Claudia Tellez, PANV Director, at 703/934-8818.


Tickets for MUSIC FOR MEDICINE are $10. Charge by phone at 888-945-2468 or visit The Center for the Arts complex is located on the Fairfax campus of George Mason University at the intersection of Braddock Road and Route 123. Paid parking is located in the deck adjacent to the mainstage Concert Hall and FREE parking is located in university lot K. Visit

The College of Visual and Performing Arts exists to create an academic environment in which the arts may be considered both as individual disciplines and as interdisciplinary forms that strengthen each other. Believing that an education in the arts is deepened by regular contact with the work of distinguished visiting artists, the College draws on a variety of professional presenting and producing units where artists from across the country and around the world regularly perform, give master classes, work with students during extended residencies and interact with the community in a variety of other ways. These programs at the Center for the Arts Concert Hall, TheaterSpace, Galleries, Harris Theater and other venues, provide a diverse selection of challenging and entertaining cultural experiences for the University community, as well as Northern Virginia and the greater Washington, D.C. area. The College houses four academic departments: Art and Visual Technology, Dance, Music and Theater.

About George Mason University

George Mason University, located in the heart of Northern Virginia’s technology corridor near Washington, D.C., is an innovative, entrepreneurial institution with national distinction in a range of academic fields. With strong undergraduate and graduate degree programs in engineering, information technology, biotechnology and health care, Mason prepares its students to succeed in the work force and meet the needs of the region and the world. Mason professors conduct groundbreaking research in areas such as cancer, climate change, information technology and the biosciences, and Mason’s Center for the Arts brings world-renowned artists, musicians and actors to its stage. Its School of Law is recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the top 35 law schools in the United States.