Marina Arsenijevic’s performance during Take The Lead Women’s Power Up Concert at the Arizona Biltmore set the tone for a powerful conference experience for attendees. But her impact didn’t stop there as she is donating a portion of the profits from her latest album, “Tesla Rhapsody” to Take The Lead, helping them advance their mission to prepare, develop, inspire and propel women across all industries and sectors to reach parity in leadership by 2025.
Marina opened the concert with her favorite Chopin “Fantaisie-Impromptu,” followed by her version of Mozart blended with “Peter Piper” and “Music Box Dancer.” She then introduced two of her own compositions inspired by her heritage growing up in Serbia and the Balkans, “Danube Rising” (a theme from her “Tesla Rhapsody”) and “Fire & Soul.” She continued with her classical/pop rock version of “My Beauty” using her own voice as a second instrument. She concluded the program with Chopin’s “Revolutionary Etude” as an introduction to “America the Beautiful.”
Dr. Nancy attended the performance and said that Marina was fantastic. “She shared the gifts of her talent and beautiful music with us all, and the standing ovation she received was well deserved. Marina’s performance also illustrated her commitment to and support of women’s leadership – evidenced by the fact that she is donating a portion of the profits of her latest CD to Take The Lead. Marina’s donation provides us all with a glimpse of her big heart and gentle, caring soul. She is a true changemaker, and her support is going to help us help other women move forward.”
“Marina wows the audience with her passion and brilliant performance,” said Gloria Feldt, Co-Founder and President of Take The Lead. “Everyone is buzzing about Marina!”
“Marina tore the damn house down,” Leadership Brand Strategist and Founder of BlackWomanElevate.com Felicia Davis added.
Check out Marina’s performance, and learn more about her and her work at MarinainAmerica.com.