‘Really Terrible Orchestra of Westchester’ performs show to benefit violinist Maya Leggat, who was pushed in front of Metro-North train

An estimated 60 people attended Saturday's performance of the

An estimated 60 people attended Saturday's performance of the "Really Terrible Orchestra of Westchester" at the Grinton I. Will Library in Yonkers to give support to Leggat’s father, Robert. (11/9/13)

YONKERS - A Westchester orchestra performed a special show today on behalf of one of its members.

Maya Leggat, a violinist in the orchestra and a Hunter College student, was pushed in front of an oncoming train last September at the White Plains Metro-North station.

Her alleged attacker, 39-year-old Howard Mickens, is facing attempted murder charges. He will return to court in January..

An estimated 60 people attended Saturday's performance of the "Really Terrible Orchestra of Westchester" at the Grinton I. Will Library in Yonkers to give support to Leggat’s father, Robert.

A separate fundraiser on behalf of Leggat's recovery is set for tomorrow at a restaurant in Peeskill.
 

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