NYC Virtual Office Trial for January 2010 – Only 5 Days Left!

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Starting a new business and need an office? Have you considered the services a virtual office can offer your business?

Virtual office service is great for start-ups, small/home-based businesses or those simply looking to expand into new markets. Virtual offices are a great value alternative to having a full-time office and your virtual office can be set up virtually overnight.

Ready to see how your business can benefit from a virtual office? We have a trial virtual office offer during January 2010 just for you – and it ends in just 5 days!

For the absolute best deal in Manhattan you’ll receive a physical New York Office Address in Midtown Manhattan with a 212 dedicated phone number at an unbeatable and incomparable trial rate of only $35 per month, for 2-months of service.

Special offer of $35 per month includes:

  • New York City Business Address
    Physical Manhattan Office address rental. A real office address, not a mailbox; not a fake suite number disguising a mailbox number. An actual office address that you can walk into, and if necessary, receive mail at, and meet clients in – all in a trendy neighborhood – on Broadway. Mail handling privileges including mail forwarding/pickup, reception and meeting room available if required.
  • 212 Manhattan Phone Number
    You will receive an exclusive dedicated 212 direct dial 24 hour phone number with voice mail. You can record up to a 2-minute outgoing greeting for your callers to listen to before they leave you up to a 3-minute long message. You can store 30 played or unplayed messages in your voice mailbox for up to 30 days. To retrieve messages, simply dial into your 212 phone number, enter your passcode, and listen to your messages. (Optional email delivery of messages is available for a one time setup of $10.)

To apply for this offer, simply click here to visit our website and access the online application.

Let VH International Business Solutions help your company establish a complete business presence in NYC today!

And for all the fun caveats: Offer valid for new approved clients only. Offer may not be combined with any other offer. Applicants must order and have their completed applications approved prior to January 31, 2010. After the 2-months are up, you can opt to not renew all services or phone service. Address renewal rates revert to standard published rates. Current rates for renewal are from $25-$60 per month for the address rental and a $10 flat per month for the 212 phone number. If you select to add on email delivery of messages, the phone messages come as .wav files and the fax comes as .pdf files. You can select to have your mail forwarded daily, weekly or monthly. Service charge of $00.50¢ per piece plus postage. Mail pickup is available by appointment and is a flat $3 per pickup. Meeting space available at $15 per hour with a 2-hour minimum. An initial $25 deposit required for any account activity costs, for example, mail forwarding costs. Account setup takes just one business day from receipt of your completed application.

We look forward to serving your New York business needs. Please contact us with any questions:
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Strad for Lunch Series – Monday, February 1

Palacio Real Stradivarius
Stradivarius on display Madrid’s Palacio Real

Every Monday at 12:30pm, WMP Concert Hall offers a 45 minute long chamber music concert to the public, and it is free admission with a suggested donation of $10.00. The idea of the concert series is to offer high quality music to their neighbors while they take their lunch break.

Monday, February 1 at 12:30pm
Violinist Erno Kallai and Pianist Larry Weng

These two talented musicians will perform works by Mozart, Bartok, Paganini, Sarasate, Liszt and Bazzini.

Winner of the Eleventh Carl Flesch International Violin Competition, Erno Kallai is establishing himself as one of the most exciting and charismatic young violinist today. In December 2008 he made his Carnegie Hall debut, performing Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto no.2 with the Juilliard Orchestra, under James DePreist. He performed chamber music concerts with Itzhak Perlman and members of the Perlman Music Program in venues such as Chicago Symphony Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Metropolitan Museum of Art and the McCarter Theater. He has played for Hungarian radio and Television and appeared on the McGraw-Hill Company’s “Young Artists’ Showcase” with host Bob Sherman on WQXR. Erno’s regular recital partners include Rohan DeSilva and Janos Balazs, pianists and he has collaborated with Mattias Jacobsson, guitarist.

He has won numerous awards and prizes, including first prize at the Zathureczky Violin Competition in 2003, awards from the Semmering Music Festival in 2004 (which included the best interpretation of a work by Kodaly, and award for the best interpretation of a Viennese Classic work with his performance of Mozart’s Violin Concerto No.5), a Valerie Beth Schwartz Career Grant from Salone de Virtuosi in 2007, first prize at the Juilliard Concerto Competition in 2008, among others.

Born in Budapest, Hungary, Erno Kallai began early violin training with his father. At age of twelve, he had been admitted to the Exceptionally Talented Children’s class of the Franz Liszt University of Music where he studied with Andras Csontha and Eszter Perenyi. In 2006 he moved to the United States to study with Itzhak Perlman at the Juilliard School, where he still continues his studies as a full scholarship student. Erno Kallai is playing a 1723 Petrus Guarnerius violin, a generous gift from the Juilliard Rare instrument Collection.

Larry Weng began his piano studies at the age of seven with Dorothy Shi. At the age of eleven, he enrolled in the New England Conservatory Preparatory School under the tutelage Sylvia Chambless. Larry Weng is a laureate of numerous competitions, including the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s Concerto Competition and the Tchaikovsky International Piano Competition for Young Musicians.

He has performed in many renowned concert halls, such as Symphony Hall, New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall, Weill Recital Hall, and the Kaufman Center. He has also worked with numerous orchestras, including the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and the Boston Symphony Orchestra. In 2005, he was admitted to the joint degree program between Columbia University and The Juilliard School.

In the past few years, Larry has continued to garner recognition in the music world, with top prizes from the New York Piano Competition and the Kosciuszko Foundation Chopin competition. Hailed by renowned professors and performers such as Arie Vardi and Paul Badura-Skoda as a “fine musician with a bright future,” Larry is dedicated to not only the artistic creation of music in the concert hall, but also to education and outreach in the broader community.

He firmly believes in the transformative powers of music, and the importance of immersing the youth in music in both an understandable and interesting manner. Larry has completed his Bachelor’s degree in Economics at Columbia University, and is currently finishing his Masters degree at the Juilliard School under the tutelage of Jerome Lowenthal and Matti Raekallio.

WMP Concert Hall is located at 31-33 East 28th Street, between Park and Madison. No food or beverages are permitted in the concert hall.

Future Shows:

Monday, February 8th @ 12:30pm:
Violinist Akiko Kobayashi and pianist Juliana Han

Monday, February 22nd @ 12:30pm:
Violinist Emily Smith and pianist Marnie Hauschildt

More Details and Source: WMP Concert Hall

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