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Saxophonist Michael Paulo To Headline Benefit Concert

March 24 at Bahia Resort Hotel

Bahia Resort Hotel
998 West Mission Bay Drive
San Diego, CA 92109
United States
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Event Description:

Silayan Filipina's highly anticipated Benefit Concert, "Music. The Universal Language.", will be held on Saturday, March 24, 2018, 6pm-11pm at the Bahia Resort Hotel. The event will include dinner, the concert with Michael Paulo and all-night dancing with one of San Diego’s hottest dance bands, R:Tyme. Please visit http://www.silayanfilipina.com/benefit2018 for tickets and details. This is the one event not to miss!

 

Internationally renowned saxophonist, Michael Paulo headlines in Silayan Filipina's Benefit Concert to raise funds for the Filipino American Symphony Orchestra.

Silayan Filipina National Orgainization is a national non-profit organization that empowers women and collaborates with communities through personal, professional and cultural enrichment.

Each year Silayan Filipina hosts a benefit event to raise funds for a worthy charity. Recognizing the significant role that music plays in communication, cultural awareness, well-being and social "storytelling", it is important to propagate and sustain music within our children. Music breaks the boundaries of race, status and religion, and is a powerful instrument that reflects the mood of the world. This year's proceeds for Silayan Filipina's Benefit Concert will be donated to FASO, Filipino American Symphony Orchestra and music programs and workshops for children, continuing to promote and foster music in the community.

Michael Paulo, this year's Benefit Concert headliner, is one of the most versatile and cosmopolitan saxophonists in pop, soul and contemporary jazz, captivating audiences for over 35 years. His alluring sax renditions have been featured with many acclaimed artists such as Al Jarreau, James Ingram, Rick Braun and Peter White, Kenny Loggins, Patti Austin, Jeffrey Osborne, David Benoit, Bobby Caldwell and Johnny Mathis to name a few. Best known in Japan and the U.S. for his passionate sax mastery in the group Kalapana, he upholds his trademark as one of the top Asian American Jazz artists.

Michael Paulo's company, Apaulo Music Productions, has produced numerous Jazz concerts in California and Hawaii and music festivals including the Temecula Wine and Music Festival and the Pacific Rim Jazz Festival.