A spectacular concert featuring Julian Fleisher, with special guests Leon Fleisher, Mo Rocca and Lance Horne


Wednesday, May 16, 2018 ~ 7:30 pm

The Park School
2425 Old Court Road
Baltimore, MD 21208

This star-studded benefit concert will raise funds for the Rikki Fleisher Fund for Professional Development at the Public Justice Center.

Rikki Fleisher was an ardent supporter who believed in the possibility of a just society and knew what it takes to get the job done. Join us to celebrate her legacy and to support the Fund her family and friends established in memory of a life well-lived.

Together we will raise the roof for a very good cause.

There is no cost for admission, but we will ask you for a contribution, so come prepared to be generous! Bring friends!

Reservations strongly encouraged. At the last concert, every seat was filled. Reserve your spot today with an email to Jennifer Pelton: or call her at (410) 400-6953.

If you can't join us but would still like to contribute to the Fund, you can make a gift here. Or mail your gift to Public Justice Center, Attn: Fleisher Fund, One N Charles Street, Suite 200, Baltimore, MD 21201.

Thank you!

Award-winning composer and songwriter Julian Fleisher’s work has appeared in movies, on television and in the theater. Julian is the host of The Naked American Songbook, a nationally syndicated music and talk show from WNYC and WQXR, as well as 44 Charlton, a monthly, New York-centric variety show from The Greene Space, WNYC’s street-level, live performance venue. He is Rikki’s son, a native of Baltimore and a graduate of Yale University and The Park School.

Recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors in 2007, pianist, conductor and pedagogue Leon Fleisher was recognized as a “consummate musician whose career is a testament to the life-affirming power of art.” As he approaches his 90th year in 2018, Mr. Fleisher continues with an international schedule of performances, orchestral guest conducting and master classes. Leon is Julian’s father.

Humorist, journalist and actor Mo Rocca is best known for his off-beat news reports and satirical commentary. Experience him on CBS Sunday Morning, Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation, My Grandmother’s Ravioli and NPR’s Wait, Wait Don’t Tell Me. Mo spent four seasons as a correspondent on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show with Jon Stewart and four seasons as a correspondent on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.