‘Music To Your Ears’ virtual event to be held to benefit Rochester Hearing & Speech Center

Dozens of musicians from Western New York are coming together on he evening of Thursday June 24 to support “Music To Your Ears,” a live online fundraising event for Rochester Hearing & Speech Center.

For a minimum donation of $10, viewers can access an eclectic range of acts. Featured performances include sets from the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, a duo from The Honey Smuglers, Teagan Ward, Roses & Revolutions, and Periodic Table of Elephants. See the full lineup below.

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Captioning is available on the day of the event. Donations can be made until 4:45 on June 24, with a start time of 7 pm. 100% of donations go to support Rochester Hearing & Speech Center’s not-for-profit mission of improving quality of life through education and clinical services.

Rochester Hearing & Speech Center has been an institution in Rochester and the surrounding areas, providing services for almost a century. Our mission is to provide ‘communication for life’ across the lifespan.’ We look forward to another 100 years in the community and we could’t do it without the generous help of our donors and sponsors.’

Greg Horton, Director of Audiology

Lineup (in Alphabetical Order):

  • Alyssa Trahan
  • Amanda Ashley Trio
  • Bill Tiberio Band
  • Deborah Mangone
  • Evan Harrington
  • Honey Smugglers (Brian and Steve)
  • Kire Najdovski Band
  • North Star String Band
  • Periodic Table of Elephants
  • Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Roses & Revolutions
  • Teagan Ward
  • Up2Somethin’

Find out more about each artist/band here.

Rochester Hearing & Speech Center provides comprehensive audiology services, which include comprehensive and diagnostic hearing evaluations, hearing aid fittings, auditory processing disorder evaluations, and newborn hearing screenings.

The clinic also offers early intervention and pre-school, as well as private therapy and tutoring. Offerings include speech therapy, physical therapy, occupational therapy and special education services. In addition to their expertise in working with children, their staff has experience working with specialized populations, such as individuals with developmental disabilities, veterans, and musicians. The hearing loss prevention program is an important aspect of their services.

A major cause of hearing loss is exposure to noisy environments. A consultation can lead to recommendations and fittings for custom hearing protection including high-fidelity earplugs and in-ear monitors.

For more about Rochester Hearing & Speech Center or the “Music To Your Ears” event on June 24, visit their website at RHSC.org.

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