- Announces Dates And Locations For Food And Music Events To Bring Awareness To Pulmonary Hypertension.
- Taking place on the streets of New York City, events will combine performances by YouTube Sensation and Award Winning Singer/Songwriter, Chloe Temtchine, with cuisine by Korilla BBQ.
YouTube Sensation and Award Winning Singer/Songwriter, Chloe Temtchine, Film Producer and Entrepreneur, Marvin V. Acuna, the Pulmonary Hypertension Association* (PHA) and Korilla BBQ will all team up to present the “2015 Breathe Food Truck & Concert Series” - four events staged in various locations throughout New York City, combining musical performances by Temtchine with cuisine from the popular, Korilla BBQ Food Trucks.
Presented to bring awareness to a devastating condition, known as Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension, the “2015 Breathe Food Truck & Concert Series” is the latest project by Temtchine and Acuna, designed to introduce the public to this condition, the challenges that come with diagnosing it, and to raise funds to both aid in the search for a cure as well as to care for those who are struggling to live with it. Each event will also include 50 free meals which will be given to lucky (and hungry) audience members, courtesy of Korilla BBQ.
Taking place throughout the month of October, in Midtown, the Financial District and Brooklyn, these events will feature the music of recording artist, Chloe Temtchine, who was diagnosed with severe Pulmonary Hypertension in 2013, after having been misdiagnosed for five years (Temtchine performs linked to an oxygen tank whom she affectionately refers to as, Steve Martin) and the delicious, all-natural, healthy, GMO-free food of Korilla BBQ Food Trucks, a popular sight throughout New York City. Named by the Village Voice as the #1 Food Truck in the city last year, they have arguably redefined Korean barbecue and Korean cooking and have taken it to the streets.
Temtchine said, "I am a HUGE food lover, and ever since my diagnosis, have become much more conscious of the kind of food I eat. I'm a strong advocate of high-quality, healthy, GMO-free, and locally-sourced, fresh ingredients.
In addition, I'm a proponent of individuals who strive for excellence in what they do and who are driven, passionate and creative. Therefore, a series of events which combine my music with the savory Korean dishes created by the team from "Korilla" (NYC's #1 Food Truck) seemed like a perfect way to get out into the city and introduce people to the existence and realities of a condition that, while devastating, has managed to fly somewhat under the radar for the general public.”
Temtchine was recently featured in the Huffington Post; has performed on “Late Night with David Letterman,” is the voice behind the national commercial celebrating the 100th anniversary of American Express and has been featured on NY-1; The Nate Berkus Show (NBC); “Fearless Music” (FOX 5); her song “Brand New Day” has been featured on “The Early Morning Show” (CNN), and she has had songs placed in various TV series and films.
Korilla BBQ has been featured on The Food Network’s “The Great Food Truck Race” and on “Sesame Street.” They offer the best quality proteins, kimchi and vegetables that they can source, as well as seasonal specialties and the occasional secret menu. Korilla BBQ food trucks can be found roaming the city, and they recently opened their first brick and mortar shop in the East Village. They have garnered numerous awards including “Rookie of the Year” at the Vendy Awards, and "Best Food Truck" by The Village Voice.
The “2015 Breathe Food Truck & Concert Series” schedule:
- All events will take place between 12:00PM and 3:00PM, Monday, October 5, 2015
- Midtown: Between Park & Lexington
- Wednesday, October 14, 2015 - Financial District: Front & Old Slip
- Thursday, October 22, 2015 - Midtown: 55th & Broadway
- Friday, October 23, 2015 - Brooklyn: TBD
* PHA received sponsorship support for the 2015 Breathe Concert Series from Actelion Pharmaceuticals US, Inc. and Bayer HealthCarE.
For more information or to support PHA with a donation, go to PHAssociation.org