MUSIC lovers can look forward to an eclectic program during a Soul Food concert.
The concert at Kendall will bring together performers of jazz, classical, folk and choral music.
Vocalist Rose Wilson said the concert would feature a beautiful program with performances from folk to musical theatre, original compositions, opera, duets and solo pieces.
“I think people will enjoy listening to beautiful music and varied music,” she said.
The Kendall concert will include vocalists Rose Wilson, Sarah and Mark Marabito, Belinda Kennedy and Sophia Lord, with pianist Lydia Wills.
Profits from the concert will go to the Hastings Group of the Australian Breastfeeding Association.
The group will use the money to support mothers and families in the area.
Previous concerts have raised funds to allow the group to purchase a high-quality hospital-grade breast pump which is available for hire.
The Soul Food concert begins at 2pm on March 19 at Kendall School of Arts, 19 Comboyne Street.
Tickets will be available at the door.
Tickets cost $15 for adults, $10 concession and children under five can attend the concert for free.
Afternoon tea will be available by donation.