A benefit for Mott Children's Hospital
“MUSIC FOR MOTT” is a special fundraiser for C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital. U-M violin and composition student (and Dexter native) Stuart Carlson was born 1 lb., 13 oz. in Mott Hospital on March 8th, 1996. A surviving twin, he has met his many life challenges (including autism) with courage and strength. A believer in supporting his community through music, Stuart decided to turn his required college recital into a fundraiser for the hospital that saved his life. He has recruited some of the best talent the University of Michigan has to offer to help him raise money for children who are fighting for their lives at Mott. Presented by Manpower, Inc. of Southeastern Michigan, we would like to thank Michigan Medicine and The Ark for their wonderful support.
Scheduled to perform are:
STUART CARLSON (violin/fiddle, viola)
- U-M student, award-winning soloist and published arranger/composer
AMY I-LIN CHENG (piano)
- U-M Piano Faculty member and acclaimed international soloist and chamber musician
ANTHONY ELLIOTT (cello)
- U-M Professor of Cello and celebrated international conductor, soloist, and chamber musician
GRANT FLICK (fiddle, mandolin)
- U-M student and award-winning multi-instrumentalist and composer
BRAD PHILLIPS (fiddle, guitar, mandolin)
- U-M graduate and world-class multi-instrumentalist, arranger, composer, and producer
STEPHEN SHIPPS (violin)
- U-M Professor of Violin and renowned soloist, chamber musician, and Naxos recording artist
JACOB WARREN (bass)
- U-M graduate and award-winning soloist, recording artist and ensemble performer
HEATHER KENDRICK (emcee)
- U-M graduate, Program Director of the U-M M-Prize competition, and current Miss Michigan
All funds raised go to C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital. For more information on Stuart Carlson, go to www.stuartcarlson.com.
Tickets go on sale to the public on Saturday, January 27 at the Michigan Union Ticket Office (https://muto.umich.edu/ or 734-763-8587) and The Ark (www.theark.org). Tickets are $75 and $40 for reserved seats; $20 for general admission.
Note special start time!