Asheville Music School
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The event includes a number of musical performances, as well as a silent auctions. Proceeds benefit Asheville Music School and its growing outreach and scholarship programs.
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The event, now in its sixth year, raises money for Asheville Music School and seeks to inspire emerging talent.
The night includes performances by students, faculty, as well as Josh Blake's Jukebox, The Secret B-Sides, Vertigo Jazz Project, Zansa and more.
The April 5 event marks the first official benefit for a fund set up to honor Thorpe, who died in 2011.
This video honors the memory of Paul Thorpe, who died suddenly on Saturday. Thorpe was the owner of Asheville Music School on South French Broad Avenue. From the Asheville Citizen-Times: Paul Mark Thorpe, 45, of ...