Don't Miss These Forthcoming Events to Benefit Parkinson's disease research, education and advocacy:
The year 2017 is the 200 year anniversary of the publication of the "Shaking Palsy" by James Parkinson. We work together to bring awareness and more funding to Parkinson's Disease (PD).
Bohemian Notes: A Concert for Parkinson's UK
Join Parkinson's activist Louise Kaye and other Parkinson's Disease activists at the celebrated concert venue, Wigmore Hall, for an evening of glorious music making from internationally renowned classical performers.
Five world class musicians will be playing a program of classics with an Eastern European flavuor.
The concert will start with a solo, moving through a duo, trio and quartet, building up to a magnificent grand finale with the acknowledged masterpiece, Dvorak’s glorious Piano Quintet in A.
All proceeds from the concert will be donated to Parkinson’s UK.
31 Wigmore Street,
Unity Walk - Annual Fundraising Event
23rd Parkinson Unit Walk (PUW)
The 23rd Walk will be held on Saturday, April 22, 2017 (Rain or Shine) - See more at PUW:
Join Parkinson's advocates for a gentle 1.4 mile walk in Central Park!
100% of donations go to Parkinson’s disease research funded by six major U.S. Parkinson's foundations.
In addition to raising awareness and funds for research, It is also a day of community and education! Visit informational booths which will include Ask the Healthcare Experts, and meet with representatives from sponsors and foundations sharing information and resources with members of the Parkinson’s community.
8:30 AM -
72nd Street. Bandshell, Central Park, New York City
SYMFUNNY No. 2
Returning to the Royal Albert Hall on 19th April 2017, bringing together amazing musicians and comedians for a night of music and laughter, raising money for Parkinson’s UK.
Returning to the Symfunny stage and hosting this spectacular evening is stand-up comedian and star of the West End’s Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Jason Manford.
Read more about this event here: Parkinson's UK
Royal Albert Hall, London , UK