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Sat, Jun 04



We3 Plus One - Tribute to 3 Jazz Greats

This concert features We3 Plus One, A TRIBUTE TO THREE JAZZ GREATS. Get ready for an “Exciting High-Speed Journey through Some Of America’s Favorite Music.” (SHOW 1 of 2 BENEFIT EVENT for Kitchen on the Street)

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We3 Plus One  - Tribute to 3 Jazz Greats
We3 Plus One  - Tribute to 3 Jazz Greats

Time & Location

Jun 04, 2022, 4:00 PM – 5:30 PM

RAVENSCROFT HALL, 8445 E Hartford Dr, Scottsdale, AZ 85255, USA

About the Event

ONE-HUNDRED PERCENT (100%) OF THE TICKET SALES WILL BENEFIT KITCHEN ON THE STREET.  Tickets are $40 each for thiis show - and can be purchased at this link:

MSW is pleased to present — “We3 PLUS ONE” — the first of two shows in a Benefit Event held at Ravenscroft Hall on Saturday, June 4, 2022 AT 4:00 p.m. to support Kitchen On The Street, a nonprofit organization: “Turning Hunger Into Hope, One Child At A Time.”

This concert features A TRIBUTE TO THREE JAZZ GREATS.  We3 pianist and musical director NICOLE PESCE, vocalist RENEE PATRICK, and violinist SUZANNE LANSFORD are joined by drummer SHEILA EARLEY to pay tribute to their mentors and favorite Jazz artists.

Singer Nancy Wilson, pianist Oscar Peterson, and violinist Johnny Frigo were life-changing influencers of Renee, Nicole, and Suzanne.

This musically and visually stunning presentation features CHRISTINE LANSFORD narrating stories that honor these three beloved jazz icons. Get ready for an “Exciting High-Speed Journey through Some Of America’s Favorite Music.” 

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KITCHEN ON THE STREETis a faith based nonprofit organization that stands with children in need at the intersection of nutrition and academic excellence. Food insecurity is a social deterrent that has a profound negative impact on health and academics. Thousands of food-insecure children in AZ receive breakfast and lunch at school but do not eat on the weekend. Kitchen on the Street provides weekend nutrition so at-risk kids can have academic success. Once a food insecure child is enrolled in a Kitchen on the Street program, reading scores increase by 12% and math skills improve by 26%!

Kitchen on the Street was founded by the Scarpinato Family in 2006, when they learned about food insecurity in local schools. Since its inception, the organization has utilized the people power of volunteers to serve more than 3.5 million meals to struggling children and families!

Today’s kids are tomorrow’s workforce, so meeting their nutrition needs today improves Arizona’s future and that’s good for everyone!

For more information about eliminating childhood hunger in Arizona, joining the volunteer force, hosting a food drive,or utilizing your dollar-for-dollar tax credit, please visit

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