Now celebrating its 16th anniversary, film and TV composer Mateo Messina's annual benefit concert has already raised over $1 million for Seattle Children's Hospital. Messina is a Grammy-winning soundtrack composer of over 50 films and countless TV episodes, including Juno
, Up in the Air
and NBC's The Office
. The Seattle native's connection with the hospital began nearly two decades ago, when a co-worker whose daughter had recently passed away at the hospital requested that Messina play piano in the playroom there. He's been performing for patients and families at the hospital -- often multiple times a year -- ever since. This year's concert, titled LENS: A Symphony of Perspective
, is an immersive audio-visual experience with a 60-foot screen and special guest performers Imogen Heap and Pomplamoose. Heap is a British alt-rocker known for her ethereal vocals and innovative fusion of electronic and analog sounds. Pomplamoose is a joyous American indie music duo consisting of multi-instrumentalists (and real-life couple) Jack Conte and Nataly Dawn. Proceeds benefit uncompensated care for children and families at Seattle Children's Hospital.
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