HARMONIZE - A Family-Friendly Concert to Support Sandy Hook Promise

HARMONIZE - A Family-Friendly Concert to Support Sandy Hook Promise

More About HARMONIZE - A Family-Friendly Concert to Support Sandy Hook Promise

Broadway veteran and Monroe, CT native Stacie Morgain Lewis, formerly Glinda in Wicked will sing original songs from her children’s album Harmonize. Stacie’s music joyfully engages both children and adults with meaningful songs about character, values and diversity. Stacie will be accompanied by Broadway musicians led by Ben Cohn (current conductor of Broadway’s Dear Evan Hansen) and supported by members of the Broadway Inspirational Voices, a diverse choir of Broadway artists united to change lives through the power of music. The concert, organized by NCC and Joy Hoffman of "The Joy of Art" is a fundraising event and proceeds will benefit Sandy Hook Promise Know the Signs violence prevention programs - including "Start with Hello". All ages are welcome. Q&A to follow the performance. For tickets, click on "website" above.

Please note location and time change: due the recent storm, there is no power at Newtown Congregational Church. The Harmonize Concert will now begin at 1:30 PM and will take place in the Auditorium of Masuk High School 1014 Monroe Turnpike, Monroe, CT 06468.

Tags: Kids, Family, Music, Concert, Broadway




Event Details

Date: May 19, 2018
Time: 1:30pm - 2:30pm

Location:
Masuk High School Auditorium
1014 Monroe Turnpike
Monroe, Connecticut 06468

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