Bedford’s Rolling Tones To Perform in ‘EmerSong’ – A Family-Friendly Benefit Sponsored by the Auxiliary of Emerson Hospital

Compiled by The Bedford Citizen

Bedford High School’s Rolling Tones will perform during EmerSong, an invitational a cappella festival to take place at Kerem Shalom, 659 Elm Street in Concord, on March 4 from 7 to 10 pm.

A first-time event sponsored by the Auxiliary of Emerson Hospital, EmerSong is a fundraiser to benefit  a new program at Emerson Hospital called Exercise for Recovery, an innovative rehabilitation and exercise program to support individuals in recovery from substance misuse and dependence through exercise and mental well-being

Tickets for this family-friendly event are $20 per person. Seating will be cabaret-style, with tapas platters and soft drinks at each table, and a cash bar.

The Rolling Tones — Skylar Aldrich, Matt Bridgeman, Matt Clement, Julia Doucet , Stephen Dresel, Katie Goeke, Nate Fisette, Jayden Heller, Kirsten Henry, Natalie Lewis, Tracie Lewis, Emi McSwain, Ryan Ouellette, Justin Paxton, Christina Solitro, Mykia Washington, Jamie Winn, Ben Woodward, and Eran Zelixon — will be among the featured performers along with groups from Lincoln-Sudbury High School, Wayland High School, Berklee College of Music’s Charlie Chords, Tufts University’s sQ, Brandeis University’s Up the Octave, and Broadband, an adult all-female group.

The Auxiliary thanks EmerSong‘s generous sponsors: Emerson Emergency Physicians, Christine & Douglas Schuster, the Fernside Program at McLean Hospital, Enterprise Bank, Middlesex Savings Bank and Amy Pasley of the Senkler Group.

Click this link to purchase tickets through the Emerson Hospital website.

About Emerson Hospital: Founded in 1911, Emerson is Bedford’s community hospital, a full-service, regional medical center headquartered in historic Concord, Massachusetts. The hospital’s core mission has always been to make high-quality health care more accessible to those who live and work in our community. A 179-bed hospital with more than 300 primary care doctors and specialists, caring for everything from arrhythmias to urology, Emerson is well known for its outstanding nursing care and patient-centered facilities, including the Mass General Cancer Center at Emerson Hospital – Bethke and our Birthing Center, which has the area’s only Special Care Level 2 Nursery for moderately ill newborns. While Emerson provides all of the services that most patients will ever need, the hospital’s strong clinical collaborations with Boston’s academic medical centers ensures that you have access to world-class resources for more advanced care. Click here to visit the Emerson Hospital website.

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