Attorney Lauren P. Raysor, Esq., author of "Living the Wealthy Life," announces that she will be sponsoring Jazz by the Riverside, a weekly musical event that will take place every Friday night at Riverside Church, 10th Tower, 490 Riverside Drive in New York, NY. The entrance is on the Claremont Avenue side.
At 6 p.m., those in attendance will have an opportunity to see an open rehearsal of the performance just before showtime, which is at 8 p.m. Tickets are $10 and the event is open to all ages. The dates and performers are as follows"
— October 7 - Jordan Cleare
— October 14 - Anthony Wonsey
— October 21 - Sonya Robinson
— October 28 - Just Praise
"I am pleased to sponsor these performances during the month of October," Ms. Raysor said. "Those in attendance will not only witness a powerful musical experience from these amazing performers, but they will also get the chance to see firsthand what goes into the performance. This is something that is not offered at other live performances."
For tickets or more information, call (212) 870-6700. For further information about Ms. Raysor, visit livingthewealthylife.com.
About Lauren P. Raysor
Lauren P. Raysor is an attorney concentrating in personal injury, civil rights, matrimonial and family law, and corporate, business and municipal legal services. A 1988 graduate of Fordham Law School, Ms. Raysor has worked on behalf of the people, both in her own practice and as an attorney for the City of New York and the State Attorney General's Office. In 1993, Ms. Raysor joined the New York City Law Department as Deputy Chief and Senior Trial Counsel, handling negligence cases in the city. From 1999 to 2001, she served as Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Bronx and Upper Manhattan, investigating and litigating consumer fraud cases. In 2002, Ms. Raysor served as President of the Metropolitan Black Bar Association, where she testified before the City Council on civil rights issues. She has handled high-profile cases, including representing the shooting victim in the case against rap and hip-hop artist Remy Ma.