Michael Amadi: Rise Again Concerts 2018

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Vancouver, BC Healing Using Music Foundation (HUM) is pleased to announce the Rise Again Concerts 2018, an intimate series of performances to bring the creative sounds of international singer and songwriter, Michael Amadi, to Canadian audiences via free and accessible live performances.

Beginning on January 29th at the Ronald McDonald House Charity, Amadi will take listeners on an inspiring musical journey. His soulful arrangements will be a combination of well-known classics and original works, including the debut of his new single – Rise Again – a piece written as a tribute and encouragement to those suffering through hard times.

“I believe that music really can help people, sometimes in a way that is hard to explain with words,” said Michael Amadi, “But when music is able to lift your spirit up and touch your soul, something magical happens and that is what amazes me.”

This vision for inspiring good lies at the heart of the partnership between HUM and Amadi. In addition to performing at the Ronald McDonald House, Michael will also be collaborating with HUM to share his music at other events around the city, including Cartems Donuterie Open Mic Night (January 30th) and the HUM Youth Music Night at Richmond City Centre Community Centre (February 1st).  

For more information about HUM or to obtain a copy of Rise Again, please visit www.humcanada.com/product/rise-again-single. All proceeds will be generously donated to HUM in order to support communities in need.

About Healing Using Music Canada

HUM is a non-profit organization dedicated to using music as a way to bring happiness into people’s lives. HUM’s vision is to uplift and strengthen local communities by making live music freely accessible to everyone via performances to schools, care facilities, and public spaces. HUM also organizes annual benefit concerts to raise awareness and funds for charitable causes.

About Michael Amadi

Michael Amadi is a 25-year-old pianist, singer, and songwriter from Italy. Now based out of London, England, he began his professional music career as a performer on the famous Pontevecchio Bridge in Florence, ultimately leading him to performance and collaboration opportunities across Europe and the USA. He was a finalist in the 2015 ALTA University Songwriting Competition in Paris and has previously worked with organizations such as Les Cammioneurs du Coeur and the United Cerebral Palsy of Oregon and Washington associations. Michael focuses on pop/soul and cites his main inspirations as Elton John, John Legend, and Stevie Wonder. This is his first time visiting and performing in Canada.

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For all media inquiries, contact:

Winnie Ma
Director of Community Partnerships, Healing Using Music Foundation
winnie.ma@humcanada.com