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Eskenazi Health Foundation Announces Concert Series

The Marianne Tobias Music Program at Eskenazi Health will present the American Pianists Association American Pianists Awards Concert Series.

“Eskenazi Health Foundation is proud to support the art and music programs at Eskenazi Health through philanthropy,” says Ernie Vargo II, CFRE, president and CEO of Eskenazi Health Foundation, in a recent press release. “Through the community’s support, we are able to partner not only with university music programs and community musical organizations to host a vast array of musical genres and skills for the listening pleasure of Eskenazi Health’s patients, visitors and staff, but also to partner with national organizations such as American Pianists Association to bring peace and healing to our hospital campus.”

The free monthly public concert series showcases the finalists for the 2019 American Pianists Association American Pianists Awards and will feature noon performances in the Eli Lily and Company Foundation Concourse at the Eskenazi Health downtown campus, including appearances by Keelan Dimick on November 29, Dave Meder on January 24 and Emmet Cohen on February 21.

“To be able to partner with a health organization that clearly values the healing power of art is immensely gratifying and inspiring,” says Joel Harrison, president/ CEO and artistic director of the American Pianists Association. “It is a joy to bring our brilliant American jazz finalists this season to Eskenazi.”

Concert location: 720 Eskenazi Ave., Indianapolis. Parking is available in the Eskenazi Health parking garage. For more information about upcoming concerts, call the Eskenazi Health Foundation at 317-880-4900 or visit For more information about the American Pianists Association or the Jazz Fellowship Awards including info on each of the performers, visit

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