Playing for Good in Charlotte

Photo by Paul Dandurand
Playing for Good performs a benefit concert July 14 at the Charlotte Congregational Church. From left, Ana Ruesink, Emily Taubl, Jane Kittredge, Brooke Quiggins Saulnier and Kyle Saulnier. Missing, John Dunlop.

The Charlotte Congregational Church, 403 Church Hill Road, invites the community to celebrate summer Sunday, July 14, 5 p.m., with a program of chamber music presented by the six-member ensemble Playing for Good. The professional ensemble is dedicated to supporting non-profits through the power of music. Their program will feature works by Haydn, Shostakovich, Philip Glass and the Danish String Quartet.

This family-friendly, rain-or-shine event is open to all. Complimentary refreshments will be provided and admission is free.

Donations are suggested as all proceeds support the Malayaka House, which provides orphaned and abandoned Ugandan children a safe and loving home, education and vocational training. The organization and home in Uganda was founded by Vermonter Robert Fleming in 2005. For more information, visit malayakahouse.com.

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