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Published: 2005/04/08

Join Fishman, Travis, Butler and Janover

As part of next weeks Pangaea Project Benefit at Portlands Crystal Ballroom, individuals will have an opportunity to participate in an invigorating percussion session. During the day afternoon of April 15 many of the musicians who will later appear with the Everyone Orchestra will be on site for a series of workshops. The community drum and percussion session will feature Jon Fishman, Michael Travis, Matt Butler and Jamie Janover. At the same time a singer/songwriter workshop will be led by Billy Nershi, Scott Law and Libby Kirkpatrick. Admission to these events is separate from the April 14 and 15 EO performances although a VIP ticket is available that will allow one to attend both shows along with the workshops and a meet and greet. Proceeds from the night will be directed to the Panagea Project which works with teenagers from underserved neighborhoods in local and international service-learning projects. The Pangaea Project promotes the development of leadership skills, increases global awareness, and fosters a commitment to work towards social change, profoundly transforming both the participants and their communities.

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