Transdiaspora Network 15th Celebration Gala – June 23, 2022

Our U.N.-accredited social enterprise is hosting a celebration gala for the 15th anniversary of its creation. And you are invited! LIVE MUSIC & light refreshments

Over the years, this event has been a huge success for our social enterprise as well as among our followers. The event program includes a live performance with Alicia Rando, violinist, Descemer Bueno, 5-time Latin Grammy Award singer-songwriter, and Roman Diaz & Batas orchestra. Light refreshments will be served.

Date: Thursday, June 23rd, 2022
Time: 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Location: Tavola Italian Market (274 Court Street, Brooklyn) map

Program (violin)

  • Caprice no 20 by N. Paganini
  • Jota Aragonesa op. 27 by P. de Sarasate
  • Partita for solo violin op. 12 by V. Barkauskas (movs. I and IV)

Alicia Rando dress by Anhelebloom (Instagram: @anhelebloom)


Gift Cards courtesy of Milk & Cream Cereal Bar and Brooklyn Farmacy & Soda Fountain


100% of the proceed would go directly to fund Transdiaspora Network’s Cross-cultural Youth Exchange Fellowship™ (CYEF), a concrete way to benefit local underrepresented groups in international development as well as underserved young leaders. We are advancing health equity, quality education and gender equality among culturally diverse youth.


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