Saturday – February 10 – 7:30 pm

The Peace & Social Concerns Committee presents a concert for the  benefit of Mount Toby Friends Meeting. All proceeds from the event  will  go to the Mount Toby. The concert series is happy to give back to  the Meeting, where music for social change is enjoyed every month.

Come and hear a variety of music including folk, classical and jazz.        Performing will be:

Kit Johnson is a skilled choral conductor and pianist who performs and offers music lessons in classical and jazz piano, vocal coaching, and improvisation for all instruments. He will be playing both classical and jazz piano.

Ben Tousley is that rare breed of singer-songwriter who brings together the personal, spiritual and political in concerts that engage and delight his audiences. His six albums of original songs include wry storytelling, lyrical love songs, incisive political commentary and stirring anthems.

Sue Kranz, a passionate singer-songwriter, guitarist and flutist, integrates music into every aspect of life, from the stage, to the classroom and around the globe. Sue recently walked the Camino de Santiago with her flute, sharing music and jamming along “the way.”  Sharing music with others is her greatest source of happiness.

Court Dorsey is a multi-talented singer-songwriter, actor and playwright. He is a founding member of the band, Bright Morning Star. We can expect a mix of folk ballads, protest classics, rock & roll, gospel and blues.

Jay Mankita is a celebrated songwriter, innovative guitarist, and upbeat, often hilarious touring performer, who truly engages, inspires, and entertains. He has recorded 6 albums. Three of his iconic songs, Living Planet, I Am A Dolphin, and From a Dog’s Stance are in the new Rise Again songbook.

Suggested donation: $10 to $25


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