We Sing for Haiti, featuring Still, We Rise
Join us for an inspiring afternoon of original songs directly benefiting orphans in Haiti. The lineup: Solar- Alternative Rock/Pop
The Breedin' Hearts (formerly the Kamikaze Klones)- Rock and Roll for Those Who Dare to Care
Still, We Rise Acoustic Duo- Profound and Personal Folk-Pop for a Joyful, Empowered World
Sympathetic Vibrations- Music for Planetary Awareness: Songs that Reach into the Heart (Tom Tamburello and Charlie Provenza)
Plus Jordan Brudos-Nockels, Megan Miller, and Annie Schoephoerster.
The event will be hosted by hip-hop artist Bounce Ball Boogie, and there will be live portrait drawing by fine artist Lesley Friis!
All proceeds will go to the AMURTEL Children's Home and Schools in Haiti. We are asking for a sliding scale donation of $5 to $30 via cash or check at the door. If you prefer credit card, you can make a donation ahead of time through Eventbrite. You will be put on the list so you won't need to make another donation at the door. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/we-sing-for-haiti-benefit-concert-tickets-39411096651?aff=eac2
If you haven't been to the Mercury Cafe before, it is a relaxed restaurant setting that is kid friendly. All are welcome!
Approximate schedule (if you can't come the full four hours it's ok to come in the middle or leave early) 12:45 p.m. doors open 1:05 pm . Jordan Brudos-Nockels and Friends 1:35 p.m. Tom Tamburello and Charlie Provenza 2:15 p.m. Solar 2:55 p.m. Ed and Kate give slideshow of the orphanage and schools in Haiti 3:20 p.m. Still, We Rise (Anastasia Rose and Sara Giita) 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. The Breedin' Hearts
About the charity: The AMURTEL Haiti Children’s Home is home to several babies and children who either need a permanent home or full or part time support. Many of the children who have experienced neglect or abandonment are thriving due to a loving and supportive atmosphere. Whenever possible, ties to the families of participating children are maintained and supported.
AMURTEL Haiti also runs two schools in Haiti; one in Port Au Prince, the other in Anse a Pitre. Both schools use a curriculum and educational philosophy based on Neo-Humanism–a philosophy that propagates love for all creation. The philosophy seeks to acknowledge the spiritual, mental, and physical aspects of a child through the methods of creative arts, supportive sharing circles, and yoga asanas. This educational philosophy is employed as a way of fostering compassionate caretakers and leaders in our future society.