Asnuntuck Community College’s Foundation has announced and is now planning an outdoor fundraising event for Thursday, May 20th at LaNotte Under the Tent in East Windsor.


Dueling Pianos-Music and Song for Scholarships will feature New York City Upscale Dueling Pianos performers Steve Laureti and David Ross. The performing duo will entertain the audience in an interactive evening, featuring a variety of tunes, including the music of Billy Joel, Journey, Frank Sinatra, Bruce Springsteen and more. Those in attendance will have the opportunity to battle to tip for scholarships to hear their favorite song.


Robyn Lee Miller from MorningBird Media and Jeffrey Lomma from Northwestern Mutual are serving as the event’s co-chairs. Other members of the event planning committee are Vicki Clark, Connecticut Commercial Realty, Linda Cote, Webster Bank, Glenn Ford, Phoenix Manufacturing, Tim St. James, Asnuntuck Community College and Margaret Van Cott, CSCU.  Funds raised from the event will be used to help support student scholarships and programs at the college. The evening is set to begin at 6 p.m. and will also include an hors d’oeuvres reception and a silent auction.


“We are beyond excited for this unique event, this is a great opportunity for our community to come together and make a meaningful investment in our future workforces and a great time outdoors under the tent with legendary music and support Asnuntuck students and programs, “ stated Jeff Lomma, co-chair.

Sponsorship opportunities from $2,500-$130 are available.  Top tier sponsorships include a business or family named student scholarships, digital media exposure, special song requests and event recognition and tickets. Tickets are $65 a person and $120 a couple. To view a full list of sponsorship opportunities and to purchase tickets visit


Co-chair Robyn Miller said, “While we’ve all faced adversities this past year, we have done so as a community. This lovely evening of music and fun will give us the ability to gather safely for a great cause and resume some sense of normalcy. This is my 7th year serving on the Asnuntuck Foundation Committee and my 3rd year as co-chair, and I am looking forward to conversing with old friends, singing all my favorite tunes and enjoying an outdoor evening, all while knowing that we are able to help students attend college and work towards their goals and dreams!”


For additional information on the event visit, or contact Keith Madore, Executive Director of the Asnuntuck Foundation at or 860-253-3041.