Ascension Sings for Caribbean Aid

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On Monday, November 6, Ascension’s professional musicians gave a wonderful concert of classical, opera, Broadway and cabaret tunes to benefit Episcopal Relief & Development’s (ERD) hurricane relief programs in the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico. You can still make donations either by sending a check to the church payable to “Episcopal Relief and Development” or by credit card with this link https://support.episcopalrelief.org/hurricane-relief.

Here is a partial list of composers whose songs they sang:
Harold Arlen
Irving Berlin
Leonard Bernstein
Jerome Kern
Amadeus Mozart
Jacques Offenbach
Francis Poulenc
Giacomo Puccini
Henry Purcell
Stephen Sondheim
Richard Strauss
and more.

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