MUSIC FOR CHANGE
We are excited to announce that on February 20, 2024, we will convert the power of music into clean water for those in need. Join us as we host the Levante Piano Duo for a captivating 4-hand piano performance at our headquarters in Brookshire, Texas. The event is organized by our dedicated Water2Life ambassador, Irene Mas Martin, who hopes to raise 10,000 dollars for people in need of clean water.
What is Water2Life?
Water2Life is our powerful employee-initiated and employee-driven programme that works to bring clean water to communities in need on every continent. Since 2010, employees have come together to help create awareness, fundraise, and donate to projects worldwide.
Our goal is to provide a safe access to water to at least 100,000 people in need between 2020 and 2030.
Becoming a Water2Life Ambassador has inspired me to collaborate with dedicated colleagues focused on positive change. I am committed to raising awareness and helping address the critical issue of limited access to clean water while enjoying the power of music.
Together, we can make a difference.
– Irene Mas Martin, Water2Life Ambassador
Help us reach 10,000 dollars by making your contribution here:
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Meet Water Mission!
We are thrilled to introduce our incredible partner for the next 3 years – Water Mission!
Who are Levante Piano Duo?
Established in Houston, Texas, by Spanish-Valencian pianists Andrea Benabent and Pablo Martínez, Levante Duo aims at promoting the musical cultural heritage of Spain in the USA and abroad by performing recitals in a piano solo and 4-hand ensemble settings. Acclaimed by their extraordinary technique and captivating tone, the duo is recognized for their passionate and expressive performances.
Described as “sensitive and thoughtful” (Volksstimme), Spanish pianist Pablo Martínez Martínez is an international piano competition laureate. Besides, Pablo executes an intense pedagogical work in Houston at Saint John Vianney Catholic Church, where he teaches music fundamentals to a vibrant Hispanic community as the Spanish music director. Pablo holds a Doctor in Musical Arts degree in piano performance from the University of Houston, Moores School of Music.
Andrea Benabent Follana, a prizewinner of numerous national and international piano competitions, holds a Doctorate in Musical Arts degree in piano performance from the University of Houston, Moores School of Music. A pianist from Spain, she is a Second Year Young Artist at DACAMERA and the founder and artistic director of the concert series “Elkins Lake Performing Arts Series” in Huntsville, Texas.