Young musicians perform to bring awareness to organ donation 

A young pianist performs during the Lifenote charity concert Saturday, Oct. 26, at the Old Town Temecula Community Theater. Jeff Pack photos
Area music teachers and schools brought students of all skill levels to the Old Town Temecula Community Theater to perform and participate in the sixth annual Lifenote charity concert Saturday, Oct. 26. According to Dr. Dan Friedlich, more than 150 musicians performed at the event that featured music ranging from classical to Motown. The event benefited The David Foster Foundation, an organization dedicated to bringing awareness to organ donation and stroke health.“I basically use Lifenote as a music charity for children,” Friedlich said. “It provides an opportunity to donate to a nonprofit. We chose to match medicine and music together.”Friedlich is a neurosurgeon and owns Temecula Valley Neurosurgery. [gallery td_select_gallery_slide="slide" ids="7164,7165,
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