‘In Harmony with Habitat’ A Benefit Concert for Habitat to be held May 22

Enjoy talented musicians from the comfort of your home and help raise funds for sponsoring a Habitat for Humanity home in Bloomington.

The Unitarian Universalist Church of Bloomington’s Habitat Task Force is hosting a livestreamed, online concert with a group of talented performers from 7 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, May 22.

The concert will be emceed by Rev. Bill Breeden and UUer Angela Lexmond from our sanctuary, with most performances recorded and a live band. Artists will be Bloomington’s Jenn Cristy, who has performed her piano-driven rock nationally; King Bee and The Stingers, a well-known contemporary blues band; UUer Sylvia McNair, two-time Grammy Award winning singer; classical pianist, composer and UUer Keaton Springfield; BHHS musicians Teddy Gonyea on piano and Ben Lopilato on bass; and the Radical Moderates, with musicians and UUers David Sharp, Dan Lodge-Rigal and Pat McNaughton. Viewers will also hear about the need for decent, affordable housing from Habitat’s CEO Wendi Goodlett, a Habitat homeowner and a volunteer.

The Mandolin performance platform will be used to present the concert. Please purchase tickets ONLINE today!