Artistic Director of El Paso Pro-Musica and Grammy Award Winning Cellist Zuill Bailey, is rolling up his sleeves to provide soothing and comforting music from his Carbon Fiber Cello for the hundreds of residents who dedicate countless hours working with El Pasoans Fighting Hunger in Far East El Paso.
Bailey hopes to comfort all including the incredible volunteers, staff and the team of generous El Pasoans making a difference at the Food Bank.
Starting at 9 a.m. this Wednesday, Bailey will be stationed in front of the facility with his Carbon Fiber Cello, that can withstand all elements.
“It is the mission of El Paso Pro-Musica to make music accessible to all, ” says Bailey. “I am humbled and honored to be able to spend time at the El Pasoans Fighting Hunger Food Bank, to soothe and comfort as many members of our community as possible with the sounds of the Cello, and making our mission a reality.”
El Paso Pro-Musica has worked to provide “virtual” musical experiences during the last two months alongside the El Paso Independent School District, Creative Kids of El Paso, the Alzheimer’s Association, 321 Progress, the Jewish Federation, the El Paso Holocaust Museum and more.
Virtual performances by Bailey, world renowned artists and Faculty of the UTEP Department of Music and the UTEP Center for Arts Entrepreneurship are featured on the El Paso Pro-Musica website “Making Music Matter.”