A Musician-led Initiative to fight hunger in our local communities


Just a small note to offer a sliver of my enormous sense of gratitude to you for welcoming me into the MFF family this past week. Not only was it an honor and a pleasure to collaborate with such fantastic artists, but also to experience first-hand how we can directly affect the lives and wellbeing of others through our music.

I am so moved by the power of this organization and I sincerely hope to continue to play a role in it.

Warmest thanks and best wishes,

Jamie Clark, cellist
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The Music for Food program is such an inspired program since all
people, whether they be rich or poor, should benefit from the gift of

Father John Gribowich, Parochial Vicar, St. Nicholas of Tolentine Church, Jamaica, NY,

Dear friends,

What a wonderful adventure that was! ,,, It was such a pleasure to work with all of
you. To my instrumental and vocal colleagues, if only every day could
begin with two hours of one-per-part Bach, my life would be very fulfilled
indeed! To Kim and Cashman, what an honor to be involved in a project
that makes such an immediate difference.

Best wishes to all of you for the remainder of the spring and I hope our
musical endeavors bring us together again soon!

- Elise

Elise Groves, soprano
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Thanks everyone for such a rich collaboration!! It really did feel like
we got some wonderful spirit to come alive in the music, and Kim and
Cashman and the whole MFF crew it has a double resonance that the music
joins with something that fulfills people both intangibly and tangibly!
Thanks and it was a joy to collaborate!


Nicholas Kitchen, violinist with the Borromeo String Quartet
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