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Young pianist organizes Brookline Food Pantry benefit

Amir Siraj and Shea Mavros, program manager of From the Top.

Bill Brett for The Boston Globe

Amir Siraj and Shea Mavros, program manager of From the Top.

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Amir Siraj, the 16-year-old star pianist, led a benefit concert Monday night at New England Conservatory’s Brown Hall to raise money for the Brookline Food Pantry. The young musician planned the event with From the Top and the nonprofit Music for Food to help families in his community that live below the poverty line.

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