|March 12, 2011|
Calling all music lovers! Four Boston area musicians will be hosting a benefit concert for the Somerville Homeless Coalition, aptly-titled “An Evening of Music, Bach & Bolling.” The evening’s repertoire will feature classical pieces by baroque composer Johann Sebastian Bach, and the music of contemporary French jazz-musician, Claude Bolling.
The concert will be held at Clarendon Hill Presbyterian Church, 155 Powder House Boulevard in Somerville. Event attendees are asked to consider a $20 suggested donation to the non-profit organization, which provides assistance to homeless and near-homeless individuals in Greater Boston through supportive services. All proceeds will go directly to SHC.
“We’re always grateful for the community support we receive but this concert couldn’t come at a better time,” said Mark-Alston Follansbee, Executive Director of SHC. “After a long, hard winter it will be joyful to listen to beautiful music and help the hungry and homeless.”
Please visit www.shcinc.org or call 617-623-6111 for further information.
The Somerville Homeless Coalition is a non-profit organization committed to ending homelessness and near-homelessness in the Somerville and Greater Boston areas. The SHC currently provides supportive services, resources and housing to over 600 men, women and children. For more information on the Somerville Homeless Coalition, please visit www.shcinc.org or call 617-623-6111.