The Art Of The Songwriter at The Chocolate Church
Music Doing Good presents The Art of the Songwriter on July 21, 2012, benefitting Chocolate Church Arts Center, 804 Washington St., Bath, ME 04530, a mid-coast regional performing and visual arts center. A cocktail reception begins at 6 pm, doors open at 6:30 pm and concert begins at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased at www.chocolatechurcharts.org/tickets or by calling (207) 442-8455.
The Art of the Songwriter is a concert in the round, describing the inspiration, interpretation and experience of the singer/songwriter through music and storytelling. Actor Ronny Cox of Deliverance, Total Recall, Robocop and Dexter fame with be joined by additional special guests including musical storyteller Bill Ward, Chojo Jacques on fiddle and mandolin, pianist and accordionist Radoslav Lorkovic, Brian Brewer on bass, Wayne Wilkerson on guitar and Chris Watkins on piano. They join Music Doing Good core artists Ray Younkin and Aaron Kaufman.
For more than 30 years Chocolate Church Arts Center has been offering a rich program of live music, gallery exhibitions, theatre for young artists, lectures and workshops. Recorded by the Historic American Building Survey for the Library of Congress, the 19th century monument is one of Maine’s most cherished landmarks. Additionally the Gothic Revival structure was further recognized in 1973 by the Washington Street National Register Historic District. Chocolate Church Arts Center has a rich history and continues to provide the community of Bath with a source of entertainment and pride, well into the 21st century.
Music Doing Good, Inc. is a 501 c3 performing arts organization whose mission is philanthropy through music. Through world-class concert events and music education programs, the organization generates friends and funds for outstanding non-profits working in health, education, music and children’s charities, enabling patrons to give back to the community. Music Doing Good produces a distinctive concert series that incorporates a variety of musical genres including popular music, classical, jazz, standards and even musical theater. Productions combine an eclectic mix of music, a central theme and special expert guests who take audiences on a thought-provoking journey that creates a deeply rewarding experience. Each concert is designed to build like-minded audiences who share a passion for helping others and improving the world we share. For more information, please visit www.musicdoinggood.org or call 713.294.9034.