Join us for School on Wheels’ annual Education Celebration.
Special guest Dr. Richard A. White will help us celebrate the academic achievements of students experiencing homelessness. We will also honor those individuals and corporate partners who have made a significant impact on education in the Indianapolis community.
Thursday, June 25, 2020
5:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Crane Bay Event Center
551 W Merrill St, Indianapolis, IN 46225
100% of ticket and table proceeds support School on Wheels programming
Contact Laura Long to RSVP or to purchase tickets by June 12.
The evening includes dinner, silent auction and complimentary wine, beer and a specialty cocktail. Exciting auction packages include a four night stay in a Hilton Head Villa, a two lap ride with Indy Racing Experience, and many more one-of-a-kind opportunities.
Tuba Player, Dr. Richard White knows all about overcoming potential life threatening and life altering obstacles that stifle individual evolution and development. Dr. White experienced homelessness for several years as a young child.
He began his tuba studies with Ed Goldstein at age twelve at The Baltimore School for the Performing Arts, where he graduated with honors. He then went to the Peabody Conservatory of Music to study with David Fedderly (Principal Tubist, Baltimore Symphony) where he received his Bachelor’s degree. On the advice of Mr. Fedderly, Richard traveled to Indiana University to study with the legendary Professor Daniel Perantoni. He continued his studies there receiving both his Master’s and Doctoral degrees.
Richard Antoine White, also known as RawTuba, is the first African American to receive a DM in Tuba.