Broadway Musicians to Spread Happiness at EnoB Benefit Concert

Six incredibly gifted actors and actresses -- Adam Roberts, Sophie Kim, Carla R. Stewart, Brandon M. Nase, Nir Chalamish and Mick Bleyer -- will perform at EnoB BENEFIT Concert.

Next Friday, April 28th, EnoB BENEFIT Concert will start from 6:00 p.m. at Saint Peter's Church in Manhattan.

BENEFIT Concert is a semi-annual fundraising event hosted by EnoB, a non-profit music outreach organization that serves hospitalized and disabled children and youth and senior citizens through the joy and the healing power of music. It's an opportunity for EnoB to raise funds to sustain the critical services for people in need and celebrate its work among friends and family.

Many of professional or Broadway actors/actresses are volunteering as EnoB musicians to help EnoB pursue the mission, 'Spreading Happiness'.

Under the direction of Sujin Kim-Ramsey (a music director, known for directing 'Sunday in the Park with George (2013)'), six musicians -- Adam Roberts (an actor, known for 'Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark (2011)' and 'Pippin (2013)'), Sophie Kim (an actress, known for 'Miss Saigon (2013)' and 'Sister Act (2017)'), Carla R. Stewart (an actress, known for 'The Color Purple (2015)'), Brandon M. Nase (an actor, known for Olaf in 'Frozen Live'), Nir Chalamish (a song-writer, known in a NBC TV show, 'Grease: You're the One that I Want') and Mick Bleyer (a founding member of the vocal jazz quintet Marquee Five) -- will sing 'Beauty and the Beast', 'You're the One that I Want', 'Superstition', 'Can You Feel the Love Tonight', 'Change the World' and many more.

Tickets are still available on: Becon.Eventbrite.Com.

Founded in 2006, EnoB ("Innovative Bridge") is a 501-c-3 good-hearted nonprofit organization that reaches out to people who are disabled, hospitalized, or suffering socio-economic disadvantages by involving them in high quality, innovative edutainment events and programs. We design these programs to be an innovative bridge that connects isolated individuals in our communities to arts and culture and and peace, joy, and a brighter future.

For more information about EnoB, visit www.enob.org/newyork.

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