WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (January 9, 2019) — A special group of RJ Reynolds High School students is using their 14th annual musical fundraiser, A Cappella Jam for Hope on Sat., Jan. 18 at RJ Reynolds Auditorium, as a fundraiser for Kaleideum this year.

Matt Sallee from Pentatonix will be the emcee for A Cappella Jam for Hope. A Cappella groups from high schools and colleges throughout North Carolina will perform, including:

  • From RJ Reynolds High School:
    • Trebellious
    • Syncopate
    • X
    • Acafellas
  • The Clef Hangers (UNC-Chapel Hill), which will also be performing at a Feb. 9 concert at RJ Reynolds Auditorium
  • Treble Attraction (Appalachian State University)
  • Standing Ovation (Pfeiffer University)
  • High Seas (UNC Wilmington)
  • Davidson Delilahs (Davidson College)
  • Drastic Measures (East Carolina University)
  • Offbeats (High Point University)
  • Win-pipes (Wingate University

A Cappella Jam for Hope begins at 7 pm, and the minimum suggested donation amount at the door is $8 per person.

You’re Invited!

A Cappella Jam for Hope

Sat,, Jan, 18

7 pm

RJ Reynolds Auditorium

301 Hawthorne Road, NW

“Funds above and beyond museum admission and membership benefit the community by helping us provide outreach memberships, as well as free and discounted Kaleideum field trip programs for Forsyth County schools,” says Elizabeth Dampier, Kaleideum Executive Director. “We are very grateful for the support of these local high schoolers, many of whom grew up exploring the Museums with their families and participating in school field trips to the museum.”


About Kaleideum

Kaleideum was formed by the merger of The Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem and SciWorks in July 2016. Kaleideum Downtown (formerly The Children’s Museum) was founded by the Junior League of Winston-Salem and opened its doors in 2004. Kaleideum North (formerly SciWorks), also founded by the Junior League of Winston-Salem, opened its doors as the Nature Science Center in 1964. The two museums merged into a single organization with a new mission — “Inspiring wonder, curiosity, and lifelong learning in our children and community through interactive play and discovery.”

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