Anaheim, CA (February 23, 2015) - Adam's Attic teams with 9 year-old Dorothy Cho, a student of Academy of Music for the Blind (AMB) this Saturday, February 28, at the Anaheim Packing District. So in awe of the students, lead singer for Adam's Attic, Joe Henry says, "Some of us take the blessing of sight for granted. It’s inspiring to see blind and visually-impaired students pursue their musical dreams in spite of the challenges they face. We are thankful for the opportunity to support such a wonderful organization like AMB."
Adam's Attic performs two concert sets from 7-9PM this Saturday. Join the band during their second set at 8PM at the Anaheim Packing District to watch and hear the joy and miracles that a music education for the blind provides. The show is free and all-ages.
AMB is a non-profit school of music founded by Director David Pinto, whose vision to provide a comprehensive music education to musically talented blind children has set a world wide example of excellence in music education. AMB has been serving talented blind students for over 11 years and is the only year-round music school in America solely dedicated to educating the blind and visually impaired.
For more information about AMB, visit: http://www.ouramb.org