Project Medishare | South Florida band, Nightscape performs to raise money for Project Medishare
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South Florida band, Nightscape performs to raise money for Project Medishare

  |   Earthquake Response, Media / Press, Uncategorized

By Jennifer Browning
Join the Nightscape Band as they perform live in Downtown Coral Gables
to kick-off their musical benefit for Project Medishare.

The band will perform next Saturday, February 27 from 9 pm-1 am at The Bier Hause on 60 Merrick Way (near 37th Ave between Coral Way and Alhambra (Satchmo location))

The Nightscape Band.

The band is led by Dr. Steve Chavoustie who holds a dual appointment at the University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine both as Voluntary Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and in medical education. Dr. Chavoustie is also the medical director of a non-profit organization called “Medical Students in Action” that offers medical care and education to the under-served communities in the rural areas of the Dominican Republic. He travels yearly with his medical students where he evaluates and treats over 900 patients per week for most medical conditions.

Dr. Chavoustie is also a long time supporter of Project Medishare. He and his band, Nightscape, started early raising money for Project Medishare’s earthquake relief efforts.

“Our benefit has already raised $6200 and we have not played yet,” Dr. Chavoustie said.

Call (305) 774-1883 For more Fritz & Franz information. You can check out the Nightscape Band’s website for the latest news on the band at

If you can’t join Nightscape but would like to donate to Project Medishare’s earthquake relief efforts click here.