Barbershoppers’ 11th Annual Free Benefit Concert
On Monday, December 5, at 7pm, the men of the Niagara Gateway Harmony chorus, under the direction of Joy Brunel, will present their 11th annual Benefit Concert, Go Tell It on the Mountain, at St. Joseph’s Roman Catholic Church, 135 Livingston Avenue, in Grimsby.
Admission is free but the chorus asks patrons to bring non-perishable food items for the Grimsby Benevolent Fund’s Food Bank, and/or make a monetary donation to West Niagara Second Stage Housing.
In addition to Niagara Gateway Harmony, guest performers will include: an a cappella ensemble from Great Lakes Christian High School in Beamsville; Quarter After Two, a jazz combo from Blessed Trinity High School; Classic Blend, a women’s barbershop chorus from Hamilton; and Karl Herdman, a Grimsby Secondary School graduate whose piano and guitar stylings you’re sure to enjoy. Niagara Gateway Harmony is especially grateful to each guest performer for graciously donating their time and talent to our concert.
NGH members are proud that over the past ten years, their love for song has helped GBF’s food bank collect over 5 tonnes of food and raise over $20,000 for local charities.
The chorus sincerely thanks its generous patrons for assisting so many in our community at a time of year when help is needed most.
Join them and their guests for an evening of musical entertainment, and a demonstration of this community’s generous goodwill!