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PHOTO: Violinist Takes Home $2,500 Scholarship

Music for Humanity co-founder still putting together effort to raise more money for Max Panish's tuition.

On Saturday, , a 17-year-old violinist from East Hampton, was presented with a $2,500 Music for Humanity scholarship to help him attend the Manhattan School of Music.

Barry Adelman, the co-founder of the non-profit organization, presented Panish with the check outside of teh Crossroads Music store in Amagansett.

Adelman has created a merchant cross-promotion program, which features a private sale to help Max secure additional, necessary funds to pay for tuition.
Five merchants have committed to support the promotion. They include Adelman's store, the store in Amagansett, , , Records — all in Amagansett Square — and in East Hampton.

Adelman wants at least 10 merchants to participate. The private sale will be from Nov. 9 thru 15. Vouchers will be sold at $20 each. 

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