Our annual romp through the G&S canon continues with The Gondoliers.

September 20, 2016

 

Bodhi Tree Concerts continues its popular romp through the Gilbert & Sullivan’s canon with The Gondoliers - to benefit International Rescue Committee San Diego

 

Sunday, September 25, 2016 – 4:00pm 

All Souls’ Episcopal Church

1475 Catalina Blvd, San Diego, CA 92107

 

Bodhi TreeConcerts, a San Diego pioneer of arts organizations partnering with and donating to charities, now in its fifth year of philanthropy through the arts, continues its popular Sing-A-Long Series with Gilbert & Sullivan’s THE GONDOLIERS. Audience members can sing-a-long with an all-star local cast on this classic operetta containing all your favorite G&S traits: mistaken identities, babies switched at birth, charming lyrics and wonderful tunes. The charitable partner for this event is International Rescue Committee of San Diego who responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives. Join Bodhi Tree Concerts for an afternoon of silly fun all to benefit a serious and timely cause. Reception with the artists will follow.

 

Tickets are $20 (students & military $10) and may be purchased online at bodhitreeconcerts.org

 

About International Rescue Committee San Diego

One hundred percent of the profits from this concert will be donated to International Rescue Committee of San Diego.

 

The IRC in San Diego opened in 1975 in response to the arrival of Vietnamese refugees resettling to the area, and has since grown to serve approximately 1,000 new refugee arrivals from many countries around the world each year. To date, we have resettled over 28,500 refugees from 29 countries. Our programs are designed to ensure refugees thrive in America - whether ensuring children are enrolled in school, adults become self-reliant through employment or starting businesses, or families receive acute medical care they need to recover from trauma or illness.

 

 

About Bodhi Tree Concerts

Bodhi Tree Concerts performs random acts of kindness by presenting music events, donating 100 percent of its profits to charitable causes. The group hires exclusively local artists, to inspire community engagement, philanthropy, and enlightenment through music. The organization has already presented 20+ concerts and donated thousands of dollars to 20+ charitable organizations including Mama’s Kitchen, Voices for Children, Erase Poverty, and Foundation for Women, just to name a few. Bodhi Tree Concerts won a coveted San Diego Bravo Award in 2013, a Best of Fringe Award in 2014, a Best of 2014 and 2015 from SanDiegoStory.com, and most recently a Critics Choice Award in 2015 for their SD Premiere of Tears of the Knife. The 2016 season included a staged production of the children’s opera Brundibar, originally performed in the Terezin Concentration Camp, which was complimented with numerous Holocaust survivors sharing their poignant stories with us all.

 

For more information and press tickets please contact Diana DuMelle, (917) 596-9359, or BodhiTreeConcerts@gmail.com.

 

 

 

                           

 

 

 

 

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