The Saint Luke’s Friends of Music are excited to present an afternoon with one of New York’s finest professional singing ensembles, The Salvatones, on Saturday, May 19 at 5 p.m. in St. Luke’s Church.
Daniel Brondel, associate director of music and organist of St. Patrick’s Cathedral, will conduct the a capella ensemble in whimsical and compelling arrangements of Broadway, jazz, and Springtime tunes (think The Swingle Singers meet Yale’s Whiffenpoofs), in a concert that promises to entertain the whole family!
The New York City-based professional vocal ensemble has been dazzling and delighting audiences with impressive vocal artistry since 2010.
The Salvatones have appeared in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Maryland, and Ohio; performed for the papal visit of Pope Francis to New York City; and recently released their debut album, Wonderful World.
If You’re Going …
- The concert takes place at 5 p.m., Saturday, May 19 in St. Luke’s Church, 1864 Post Road, Darien.
- A suggested donation at the door of $20 per ticket or $50 per family will help the Saint Luke’s Friends of Music continue to bring the country’s highest quality musicians to Darien for the enjoyment of the entire community.
- A wine and cheese reception will follow.