July 18, 2010 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Event of the Summer!
Bill Hudak to Host
Stand Up For America: a Celebration of Freedom Event at the
New North Shore Music Theater, with performances by Nikolai Nimov,
and guest celebrities.
TO ORDER TICKETS: (NOTE: PRIORITY
SEATING FOR ORDERS PRIOR TO JUNE 27! Tickets after June 27 are
general admission and first come first served. Tickets may be
available at the door but are not guaranteed in case of a sellout).
Tickets are $40 pp ($25 for
seniors and uniformed military).
To sign up by Credit Card,
calculate the correct ticket price (# guests X price = Total), click
the "Contribute" Tab, and enter the result as a donation. Please
enter "Stand Up for Freedom" under paragraph 3 Fundraiser ID, and
enter the name of the person who referred you under "Source ID".
Tickets will be mailed to you.
To sign up by mail, send your
check in the correct amount (# guests X price = Total), to: Hudak
for Congress, 151 Endicott Road, #5, Danvers, MA 01923, and
write "Stand Up for Freedom" on your check. Tickets will be mailed
Or, RSVP to Eli Schilling,
DANVERS, Mass., June 10, 2010:
Bill Hudak, candidate for U.S. Congress in the Massachusetts 6th
Congressional District, will host an evening of inspiring music and
stimulating conversation at this special event, “Stand Up For
America: A Celebration of Freedom,” at 7:00 pm on Sunday evening,
July 18 at the North Shore Music Theatre in Beverly, Mass. The event
will feature the piano artistry of Nicolai Lomov performing a
program of classical and patriotic favorites. Masters of ceremonies
for the concert include popular radio talk show hosts Todd Feinburg
and Jeff Katz, along with Barbara Anderson, Executive Director of
Citizens for Limited Taxation, will engage the audience in a
roundtable conversation of today’s important topics.
“This is a wonderful opportunity
to celebrate, in music and conversation, the freedoms we all enjoy
as Americans,” said Bill Hudak, candidate for U.S. Congress. “This
country occupies a unique position in the world as a beacon of
liberty and hope. That’s why I’m particularly honored to have such a
great artist as Nicolai Lomov join us. Nicolai, a proud citizen of
the United States, is the embodiment of these freedoms, having
emigrated here from the former Soviet Union with his gift of musical
“I’m delighted with the
opportunity to assemble musical program that reflects the greatness,
generosity and freedoms of this country. I hope it will be inspiring
to all who listen,” said Lomov.
The event kicks off the start of
the summer musical concert season at the newly reopened North Shore
Music Theater in Beverly. Tickets are on sale now at
ABOUT THE PERFORMERS
A proud citizen of the United
States, Lomov is an acclaimed interpreter of Beethoven, Chopin,
Gershwin, Listz and the great Russian composers. His performances
have thrilled audiences from the great concert halls of Moscow and
St. Petersburg to Carnegie Hall in New York City. Mr. Lomov’s music
features a masterful style, effortless technical ability and a deep
intimacy with the composer, from the chromatic counterpoints of
Rachmaninov to the rhythmic invention of Gershwin.
A student of the prestigious
Mussorgsky State School for Gifted Children and the Moscow
Tchaikovsky State Conservatory, Lomov made his formal concert debut
at age 15 with the Ekaterinburg Symphony, playing the Tchaikovsky
1st Piano Concerto. Awarded a Ph.D. degree and named head of the
Chamber Music department at the prestigious St. Petersburg
Conservatory, Lomov was the featured soloist with major orchestras,
including the Moscow and St. Petersburg Philharmonics.
He has performed more than sixty
solo recitals throughout the East Coast as well as in the Mid-west.
His concerts include performances at the Weil Recital Hall at
Carnegie Hall, Merkin Hall at the Kaufman Center in New York City,
The Tsai Center at Boston University, the Monadnock “Virtuoso” Piano
Recital Series, The Nashua Symphony, The Newton Symphony, The Longy
School of Music in Cambridge, and the Federal Reserve Bank's Frank
E. Morris Auditorium in Boston.
Todd Feinburg co-hosts the morning
show on WRKO AM-680, Boston’s Talk Station. Todd has spent the past
twelve years in the talk radio field, working at stations around New
England. In 2003, he joined WRKO, which has been Boston’s dominant
talk station since the early 1980’s. Todd has been named three times
to Talkers Magazine’s list of the Top 100 Most Important Talk Hosts
in America. He is also the host of the influential political blog,
Real Clear Thinker.
Jeff Katz is the host of the
weekday morning show on Rush Radio 1200 WXKS-AM from 5am to 9am.
Katz has extensive experience as a talk show host in Boston and has
hosted award winning talk shows at radio stations in Philadelphia,
San Francisco, and Las Vegas. Jeff Katz has consistently been ranked
by TALKERS Magazine as one of the 100 most important talk show hosts
in America. Radio & Records named Jeff a Talk Radio All-Star and he
was voted one of the five best local talk show hosts in the USA by
the readers of R&R.
Barbara Anderson is the Executive
Director of Citizens for Limited Taxation, the largest taxpayers
association in Massachusetts. CLT was founded in 1974 to defend
state taxpayers against a proposed state graduated income tax, which
it defeated on the 1976 statewide ballot and again on the 1994
ballot. CLT also limited property taxes with Proposition 2½ in 1980
and created a state tax cap in 1986.