All Proceeds to Benefit Dream Come True of Western Connecticut
Saturday, October 13th at WCSU School of Visual and Performing Arts

“Music is the great uniter. An incredible force. Something that people who differ on everything and anything else can have in common.” ― Sarah Dessen, Just Listen

The Music Learning Center celebrates 25 years of music education to students in the Greater Danbury area with a full concert and celebration. Performances will be by members of the teaching staff that have extensive experience as soloists, in chamber ensembles, and combos. The program will feature six different vocalists as well as several faculty-led ensembles and bands, including: the M.L.C. Faculty Jazz Band, the Candlewood Flute Quartet, a bluegrass band, a rhythm & blues combo, and more. The concert will take place on October 13th, 7:30pm at Western Connecticut State University’s Visual and Performing Arts Center. Proceeds from the concert will benefit Dream Come True of Western Connecticut.

For many students and their families, music education is a priority, and they continue to look to the Music Learning Center for its quality programming and services. “We’re proud of being part of a community where music education is valued. In many cases, music continues to be part of our student’s lives long after a formal education, “says Jeff McGill, Director of the Music Learning Center. “Our 25th Anniversary Concert Celebration is the culmination of more than two decades of teaching music, and we’re very pleased to donate 100% of the concert’s proceeds to Dream Come True in honor of that service.”

Tickets to the Music Learning Center’s 25th Anniversary Celebration: Faculty and Friends Concert may be purchased by CLICKING HERE FOR TICKETS. The concert is sponsored by Southridge technology, LLC.


The Music Learning Center - Dedicated to Excellence in Music Education The Music Learning Center is located at 425 Main Street, Danbury, CT and their focus is on teaching music. Their professional and university trained teachers offer students a musical education second to none. With a friendly, fun, and patient learning approach, the Music Learning Center has lessons available for most musical instruments, including piano, guitar, voice, drums, strings, brass and woodwinds. Contact: 203-748-1444


Since 1984, Dream Come True of Western CT has been fulfilling dreams for chronically, seriously and terminally ill children. Dream Come True is a non-profit, volunteer-run organization servicing Litchfield, Fairfield and New Haven counties. As a non-profit, volunteer-based organization, our goal of fulfilling dreams for these special children is dependent on our volunteers, individual donations, business sponsorships, corporate giving, grants, planned giving, memorial tributes and various fund raising events. Website http://www.dreamcometruect.org