Jazz pianist and vocalist Mark G. Meadows will be the featured performer for the Stony Run Friends Meeting Annual Fundraising Concert. He will be joined by drummer Carroll (CV) Dashiell, guitarist John Lee, and Eliot Seppa on bass. After the concert, attendees are invited to meet the performers during a panel discussion.
The annual benefit concert, which has in past years been held at the Quaker meetinghouse, will be virtual and the general public is invited to attend. The event supports the community work of Stony Run Friends Meeting (SRFM). While free, donations are encouraged, and will benefit SRFM’s community partners, Unified Efforts (unifiedefforts.org) and The McKim Center (mckimcenter.org), both of which provide educational enrichment for low-income Baltimore students.
What: Stony Run Friends Meeting Annual Fundraising Concert
When: Saturday, October 24, 2020
Concert at 7:30 p.m.
A panel discussion with the performers will follow the show, at approximately 8:45 p.m.
Where: Online. Link to be provided to registrants several days before the concert.
Who: Mark G. Meadows & The Movement
Why: A fundraiser to support the community work of the Stony Run Friends (Quaker) Meeting
How: For details and the link to this free concert, attendees should register at www.stonyrunfriends.org/srcms/concert.
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