On August 3, 2012, A Symphony of Hope: The Haiti Project will have its world premiere live concert as part of the Grand Performances Music, Movement and Meaning program in downtown Los Angeles. The music will be performed by the Hollywood Studio Symphony Orchestra and Choir and conducted by Lukas Richman. The event also features special guest performances by composer Mark Isham and Lucy Schwartz. In addition to the free concert, there will also be a Fundraising Dinner and Silent Auction before the concert. All funds raised by this event will support people in Haiti as they rebuild their communities. To register for the concert and pre-show gala and for more detailed sponsorship information, click here. A Symphony of Hope: The Haiti Project was originally designed to help the people of Haiti in their desperate time of need. The project is a collaboration by 25 of today’s leading Oscar-, Tony-, Grammy- and Emmy-winning composers to benefit Haiti Earthquake Relief. Among the participating composers are Nathan Barr, Tyler Bates, Jeff Beal, Christophe Beck, Bruce Broughton, George S. Clinton, Elia Cmiral, Don Davis, John Debney, Randy Edelman, Andrew Gross, Dave Grusin, Marvin Hamlisch, David Kitay, Christopher Lennertz, Deborah Lurie, Lisbeth Scott, Pete Seibert, Theodore Shapiro, Ed Shearmur, John Swihart, Brian Tyler, Michael Wandmacher, Timothy Michael Wynn and Christopher Young. To learn more about the project, visit the Symphony of Hope website. The symphony is also available both digitally and as an On-Demand CD on Amazon.