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Concerts on the Couch

Concerts on the Couch

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Valley Cultural Foundation has been supporting Emerging Artists for the last three (3) years, providing them a means to perform in a live, professional, established concert setting where they can promote and refine their talents.

In an effort to continue its Emerging Artist program, and in compliance with the 2020 restrictions for live music due to the COVID-19 pandemic, VCF has created “Concerts on the Couch”. This online series is a way to entertain safely and promote this year’s Emerging Artists.

Valley Cultural Foundation will release one video block per week, featuring songs by three emerging artists, and will continue to release a new video each week throughout the summer.

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Valley Cultural Foundation Announces their Emerging Artist Online Summer Series “Concerts on the Couch” for 2020

July 1, 2020
Woodland Hills, CA

The Valley Cultural Foundation (VCF), the leading arts organization in the San Fernando Valley, announces a new online concert series, “Concerts on the Couch”. Founded in 1975, the Valley Cultural Foundation’s mission embraces diversity of talent, community, business, and education by providing live entertainment programs and events in the arts.

VCF has been supporting Emerging Artists for the last three (3) years, providing them a means to perform in a live, professional, established concert setting where they can promote and refine their talents.

In an effort to continue its Emerging Artist program, and in compliance with the 2020 restrictions for live music due to the COVID-19 pandemic, VCF has created this online series as a way to entertain safely and promote this year’s Emerging Artists.

Beginning in July 2020, the Valley Cultural Foundation will release one video block per week, featuring songs by three emerging artists, and will continue to release a new video each week throughout the summer.

Videos may be accessed and viewed on the Valley Cultural Foundation’s website (www.valleycultural.org) and all social media – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and their YouTube channel, as well as each artist’s social media, Department of Cultural Affairs, and Rock Cellar Magazine. Some of the program’s sponsors include Valley News Group, Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians, and Westfield Topanga/The Village.

“It is our goal for “Concerts on the Couch” to support our Emerging Artists whenever and wherever possible by providing a platform for their music to be heard, as well as supporting them financially,” stated Nora Ross, CEO. To support the Emerging Artist program, donations can be made to the Valley Cultural Foundation. Proceeds will be split between the artists and VCF.

More information: Visit www.valleycultural.org to see the Valley Cultural Foundation’s entire schedule of free programming and events.

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