ACLU BENEFIT CONCERT: UNITY THROUGH MUSIC
Please join us for the second annual benefit concert for the ACLU-MN, to be held at 3pm on Sunday, February 18 at Macalester Plymouth United Church, located at 1658 Lincoln Ave, St Paul, MN 55105.
Join us for an afternoon of exceptional music featuring solos and ensembles comprised of musicians from the Minnesota Orchestra and Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, performing works by prominent female composers, including renowned Minnesotan composers Libby Larsen and Jocelyn Hagen.
“Music is a great equalizer,” said organizer Jean Carey. “You have a group of disparate individuals, all with their own values, coming together to create something beautiful. In the same way, the ACLU works to equalize the rights of all people. Our goal is to support the ACLU in furthering their work toward this end.”
“The ACLU is a vital bulwark against the erosion of our individual liberties, both nationwide and here in Minnesota,” said violist Sam Bergman, “and it’s a privilege to be able to support their efforts with music.”
$30 tickets can be purchased at https://www.aclu-mn.org/get-involved/events/.
Advance tickets are recommended, as seating is limited. All proceeds benefit the ACLU of Minnesota (founded in 1952 as the Minnesota Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU of Minnesota continues to protect the civil liberties of all Minnesotans through litigation, public education, and lobbying. For more information, go to https://www.aclu-mn.org.)