How we started
We came together as part of the Sueanne Metz Piano Studio. Throughout the years, we have encouraged each other in performance, supported each other in competition, and traveled together across the country and internationally. We have developed a unique bond sharing our love for music within the positive tone of the studio. We wanted to show our gratitude by bringing people together with our music and giving back to the community. Our vision to form 88Keys to Cure is to provide a platform for future studio generations to build upon for a cause they are passionate about.
Dedicated young musicians bringing hope and inspiration to local communities through their passion for music. They will organize, promote and perform various concerts to benefit the charities of their choosing.
Making a Difference
88Keys to Cure has been making an active effort to achieve its mission. Our Inaugural Charity Concert was held on April 1, 2017 at Nichols Concert Hall. Surpassing our initial goal of $5,000, we raised over $11,500 for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago.
Our following benefit concert, sponsored and hosted by Lakeview Covenant Church, was on September 17, 2017. We raised over $2,800 for the Evangelical Covenant Church Domestic Disaster Relief Fund to support the victims of both Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma.
The Board of Directors and Legal Advisor guide the mission of 88Keys to Cure.
The Management Team currently organizes and performs in 88Keys to Cure events.
The Founding Members' passion for music led to the creation of 88Keys to Cure.