What A Pair! 2013 Los Angeles Benefit Concert April 13th

What A Pair! is a Broadway-caliber production of duets sung by an eclectic array of celebrities from television, film, music, and the stage. The “pairings” of celebrities are comical, heartwarming, entertaining, and impressive — and would not otherwise be seen outside of this production.

The What A Pair! stage production will include a VIP pre-party with the celebrity cast and post-concert reception for over 500 attending guests.

Net proceeds will go to the world-renowned breast cancer research and education program at the Cedars-Sinai Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute.

The Breast Cancer Research and Education Program at the Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute
Cedars-Sinai is breaking ground with a comprehensive approach to breast cancer research and education: focusing on targeted strategies for prevention, diagnosis, risk assessment and treatment of breast cancer. Together, physicians and scientists pursue translational cancer research to pioneer discoveries and save patients’ lives, within our community and across the globe. Working collaboratively, they are setting new standards in scientific achievement and broadening the horizon of medical possibility.

Don’t miss your opportunity to place your product in the hands of an influential audience, gain loyal customers, hobnob with the stars, and help transform research and ignite hope for women with breast cancer in our community!

• Benefit Concert Information

Since 2002, What A Pair! has delighted audiences and has raised over $2 million dollars for breast cancer research.


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What a Pair is a 501c3 nonprofit benefiting The John Wayne Cancer Institute.
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