Local Musicians Showcase Benefit Concert

The Feminine Tone women's chorus is pleased to present Local Musicians Showcase, a special night of music and fun, including 11 superb acts representing a variety of musical genres. This event will benefit the Feminine Tone and will take place on Saturday, March 27 from 7-10 p.m. at the Harvest Inn at Ascutney Resort, Route 44 in Brownsville.

The line-up for the showcase consists of Eric and Barbara Bye on fiddle and piano, playing old timey music, singer/songwriter Davey Davis, Jennifer Faro on guitar and vocals, Terry Gould and Suzi Hastings (aka Second Wind), Geordie Lynd and Emery Hard on Irish fiddle and concertina, singer Pete Merrigan, Matt Meserve playing jazz piano, Kerry Rosenthal on guitar and vocals, Jim Ruffing singing blues and originals, Sweet Music, an a cappella vocal quartet featuring four members of the Feminine Tone chorus, and Erik Walker on guitar and vocals.

The chorus is well known for its musical/humanitarian trips to Cuba and its outreach to Vermont and New Hampshire causes. As examples of community outreach, the chorus consistently offers the gift of song to Springfield Hospital's "Hearts of Hope" ceremonies for cancer survivors. On multiple occasions, the chorus has sung for special children at Kurn Hattin boarding school and women inmates at Windsor Correctional Facility.

Tickets at the door are $12, pre-sold tickets are $10.

Hors d'oeuvres and desserts will be provided. There will be a cash bar.

To reserve tickets or for more information, call Maricel at 885-1590 or Barbara at 886-1777 or visit www.femininetone.com.

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