A DECADE OF DELIGHTS, 10th Year Benefit Concert

Williamsburg Music Club
Benefit Concert

On Saturday, January 26th, the very talented members of the Williamsburg Area Music Teachers will present their 10th Annual Benefit Concert in support of the Williamsburg Music Club's Grants-in-Aid program for outstanding Junior and Senior High Musicians.
For an entire decade, the talented Music Teachers have donated their time and expertise to showcase the many talents of the musicians in our Williamsburg area.
Beginning at 3 p.m. in the sanctuary of the Williamsburg Baptist Church at 227 Richmond Road, performances will include classical and contemporary piano solos, vocal solos and ensembles, harp, accordion, organ, classical guitar and even an audience participation selection of "Name That Tune".
Every "Act" of this program, is presented by a very special and polished professional musician.
Just a hint of performers who will perform, include Todd Holcomb, classical guitar and Alexandra Mullins with her harp, to Jim Rice on accordion and Heidi Bloch playing one of her fun selections on the pipe organ. Also our vocal ensembles will include Stephanie Lupo, Myrna Brinkley, Marj Gottschalk-Trone, hris Mooney and Paulette Amory.
For a very enjoyable afternoon, come in out of the cold and join the fun.
This program is suitable and entertaining for all ages, so bring Grandma and bring the kids too.
After the concert, audience members are invited to a "Meet & Greet" reception where where they will have an opportunity to visit with the stars of our show.
Donations to the Williamsburg Music Club Grants fund are welcomed.

Charlene Campbell
Williamsburg Music Club
Publicity Chair

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