Artists for Animals



A charity concert for animal welfare. 


September 9th, 2018 | 7 PM | Reunion Tower

Featuring ensemble Trio Kavanah performing live chamber music including Mozart's Kegelstatt Trio and Stravinsky's A Soldier's Tale.

100% of ticket sales goes to Artists for Animals

 for a variety of animal rescue organizations in our local (Dallas) area.


About the Cause:


Artists for Animals is a 501c3 non-profit organization of devoted artists who are dedicated to providing funding to animal rescue charities in our area (Dallas).

Funded projects include:

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About the Venue:


Reunion Tower and The Trinity River at night.

 The Geo-Deck at Reunion Tower.  Come early enough to see the sunset!   Click  for live tower cam!

The Geo-Deck at Reunion Tower.  Come early enough to see the sunset!  Click for live tower cam!

Live music, 500 feet in the air, atop the most iconic part of Dallas' skyline.

Filmed in 360° Video and Surround Sound by Samsung VR.

About the Performers:


Trevor Hale (piano), Grace Kang Wollett (violin), Danny Goldman (clarinet)

Trio Kavanah is an energetic chamber music ensemble--clarinet, violin, and piano--that brings classical music to everyone.  Kavanah is the Hebrew word for intention of the heart.

Members Grace, Trevor, and Danny are from completely different backgrounds (South Korea, Texas, and NYC), but they share a strong belief in the power of classical music and live performance.  Recent shows include Hamon Hall at The Winspear Opera House and a Steinway Hall concert tour.  In October they travel to NYC for the 2018 Concert Artist Guild Competition.  Future shows include recitals at Temple Emanu-El and Park Cities Baptist Church and a collaboration with Dallas Contemporary featuring the art of Ian Davenport and a commission by Kimberly Osberg.

Danny and Grace met at Juilliard, and now they play in The Dallas Opera Orchestra together.  Trevor and Danny began reading clarinet sonatas together, until they decided to meet as a trio.  They had so much fun, they decided to make it official!