The Alyssa Alvin Foundation for Hope (AAFH) held another Music Night at the Ronald McDonald House (RMH) near Central DuPage Hospital in Winfield, IL on Thursday, July 6, 2017. A volunteer from Metea High School, Roveena, organized a group of nine musicians from two schools - Metea & Neuqua High Schools.
The high school musicians played a variety of instruments and songs for the young patients and their families staying at the RMH. Four sets were performed including: a horn trio featuring Naman, Devin, and Tyler; a string quartet with Nikita and James on violins, Kristen on cello and Arjun on viola; Anisha singing a capella in Italian and then playing the piano while singing an inspirational piece by songwriter Pink; and closing with Roveena doing a beautiful piece on piano, “River Flows in You”.
The students’ performances were great and we thank them for volunteering their musical talents and bringing joy to the residents of the RMH in Winfield, IL.