The Quarterly Project announces next charity compilation and benefit concert featuring Commonwealth Choir, No Stranger and more

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Commonwealth Choir | Photo by Ryan Boswell RBCameraWorks.com
Commonwealth Choir | Photo by Ryan Boswell RBCameraWorks.com
Local music education advocates The Quarterly Project have announced their third benefit concert and bazaar, taking place at the First Unitarian Church on February 28th.

Founded last summer by Philadelphia musician Brian Walker, the organization has released three charity compilations in addition to curating benefit events to support Rock to the Future. February’s show will come a few days after the release of the next compilation, which features 25 local musicians and will be available on February 18th through The Quarterly Project’s Bandcamp.

Contributing artists Commonwealth Choir, Like Crazy, No Stranger, Modern Colour and Christopher Davis-Shannon will also perform at the benefit.  More information for the event can be found on the Facebook event page here.  Learn more about The Quarterly Project below, followed by a track from Commonwealth Choir’s recent Key Studio Session.

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