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EJAF Welcomes Diana Krall to its 15th Annual Fall Gala!

 

Grammy-winning performer Diana Krall

Sir Elton John will welcome Grammy-winning performer Diana Krall as his special musical guest for the Elton John AIDS Foundation’s 15th annual fall gala, An Enduring Vision, onWednesday, November 2, 2016, at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City.

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“I’m so thrilled Diana will be joining us for our fall gala this year,” said Elton John. “Diana is an extraordinary performer and a dear friend, and I’m thrilled beyond belief to welcome an artist of her caliber to our annual New York event.”

Emmy award-winning producer and popular talk show host Andy Cohen will emcee the evening. EJAF will honor internationally-renowned philanthropists Frank Giustra and Steve Tisch with the Foundation’s Enduring Vision Award and present its second Founder’s Award to United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.

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For ticket information, please contact Andreas Schwarz at EJAF, 212.219.0670 or andreas.schwarz@ejaf.org.

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