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LOCAL NEWS Street Symphony hosts 7th annual Messiah Project, honoring those living on Skid Row

BY CBSLA STAFF
DECEMBER 2, 2022 / 11:27 PM / CBS LOS ANGELES

A group of some of Los Angeles’s most successful musicians gathered in Pasadena on Friday night as part of an annual concert that celebrates the resiliency of those living on Skid Row.

For the first time in the last two years, Street Symphony was able to hold their annual Messiah Project event, which they call a “celebration of the stories of the Skid Row community.”

Street Symphony is a Los Angeles-based nonprofit organization, registered 501(c)(3) organization, that utilizes music to create opportunities of human connection to homeless and incarcerated communities through workshops, events, and one-on-one musical instruction. These musical programs are held at Skid Row clinics, homeless shelters, permanent supportive housing agencies, and LA County jails. 

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