Exclusive SSO Concert BENEFITS Syracuse Habitat

Syracuse Habitat for Humanity, Inc. 

Raise the Roof Concert Tickets Now Available

SYRACUSE, NY – It’s not often fans can get up close and personal with the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra (SSO) but at the 2007 Raise the Roof Benefit Concert to be held on Monday, November 19 at Temple Adath Yeshurun, that’s just what people can experience.  In addition, attendees will be treated to two additional performances by impressive groups followed by the headline concert of the SSO.  This exclusive benefit concert  — the only one the SSO hosts during its season — will raise enough money to build one Syracuse Habitat for Humanity house in the Near Westside of Syracuse for a hardworking family currently living in substandard housing.
Event Details:

Monday, November 19,2007 6:00 PM – Doors open

Temple Adath Yeshurun, 450 Kimber Road, Syracuse

There will be a silent auction and reception

$100/ticket, $950/table of ten
Contact: Kristen Brandt
315 422 2230

The Master’s Touch Chorale and the Cora Thomas Community Chorus will round out the program that evening.  Nationally recognized, the Master’s Touch Chorale has performed twice at the White House. George Kilpatrick, WCNY Director of Community Affairs and host of Food for Thought, will serve as Master of Ceremonies. 

Seating is very limited – only 350 seats available.  Tickets may be purchased by calling Syracuse Habitat for Humanity at 315 422 2230.  Reserve your tickets today!
Carrier Corporation is the premeier sponsor of this event.  For over 7 years, Carrier has been a leader in partnering with Syracuse Habitat for Humanity through sponsorship and sending hundreds of volunteers.

About Syracuse Symphony Orchestra

During its 39-week season, the 80-member Syracuse Symphony Orchestra performs for more than 225,000 audience members through 193 full-orchestra and ensemble concerts in 18 counties throughout New York State. Founded in 1961, the Syracuse Symphony, led by a conducting staff of international caliber, has performed five concerts at Carnegie Hall, and was presented with the NYS Governor’s Arts Award in 1999. For more information about the SSO, visit us at our exciting new website — www.syracusesymphony.org.

About Syracuse Habitat for Humanity

During the past 22 years, Syracuse Habitat for Humanity has built or renovated over 50 non-profit houses that have been sold to selected families through interest-free mortgages.  Syracuse Habitat for Humanity creates partnerships within the community by crossing racial, cultural, political and economic barriers.  The organization strives to eliminate substandard housing in the Near Westside of Syracuse and to restore quality of life.