St. Chrysostom’s Church to Host Benefit Concert for Quincy Crisis Center featuring Quincy Musicians’ Alliance
(QUINCY) St. Chrysostom’s Episcopal Church will hold a concert to benefit the Quincy Crisis Center at 4 pm on Sunday, March 17. The concert will feature six professional Quincy-based musicians organized under the auspices of the Quincy Musicians’ Alliance: soprano Jeanne Lucas, violist Sandy Nortier, saxophonist Jorrit Dijkstra, harpsichordist Thomas Bowers, bassoonist Adrian Jojatu, and composer/pianist Delvyn Case. A variety of baroque, classical, romantic, and contemporary music will be performed. Admission is free, and a collection will be taken to benefit the Quincy Crisis Center. Children and families are welcome. St. Chrysostom’s Episcopal Church is located at 1 Linden St (corner of Hancock St.) The church is fully accessible. More information is available at www.stcquincy.org or 617-472-0737.
The Quincy Crisis Center serves people of the South Shore by providing nutritious meals, home food deliveries, and a crisis hotline. It is a program of the Esther R. Sanger Center for Compassion, Inc. Members of the public who are interested in supporting the mission may visit www.sangercenter.org or call 617-846-6967.
The Quincy Musicians’ Alliance, an initiative founded by St. Chrysostom’s Music Director Delvyn Case, is dedicated to the presentation of outreach, educational, and benefit concerts in the city, featuring professional musicians who call Quincy home. Residents who are interested in collaborating with the QMA may contact Delvyn Case at email@example.com or 978-793-1445.