'Musical Hysterics' Concert Sunday to Benefit Gathering Change
Noel Smith and her musical students put on a funny concert each year to benefit a local nonprofit.
Professional singer and Lynnfield resident Noel Smith announced this week that she and her students are having their annual Musical Hysterics concert on Sunday, March 10th at 3 p.m. at Centre Congregational Church.
All proceeds from the concert benefit Gathering Change, the local nonprofit that supports area food pantries by collecting thousands of dollars each year in donated pocket change.
"The students perform Hysterically funny songs from various musical theatre shows etc. and it is just a funny funny concert. We donate all the money to the organization as well," said Smith in an email to Lynnfield Patch.
Smith reports that she has 21 students in the show, ranging in age from 14 to their 30s.
Tickets are $10 and will be available from Smith's students in advance, or at the door. Children under the age of 10 are free.
Also - Don't forget to bring your spare change to put into the fish bowls that will be set out for Gathering Change. Every bit provides that much more assistance to neighbors in need.
For more about Noel Smith's work as a professional singer, read this interview about her Christmas album from 2010. She has also had her work appear on the soundtracks of some very well known video games and has performed it at Symphony Hall. Last summer, this website also posted a link to a new dance single that Noel had released at the time.