The Blue LLama hosts a Digital Concert to Benefit Food Gatherers

. May 21, 2020.
The Blue Llama
Image courtesy of the Blue LLama.

The Blue LLama will be streaming a virtual concert on Saturday, May 23 at 6pm, with show donations going to Food Gatherers. 

The concert is to feature Ellen Rowe as a solo pianist. Rowe is currently Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Jazz and Contemporary Improvisation at the University of Michigan School of Music Theatre and Dance. She has performed at jazz clubs and in concert series around the world. All tip proceeds will be donated to the nonprofit Food Gatherers

The Food Gatherers is an organization that strives to keep the people of Washtenaw County fed. The nonprofit strives to provide free to low-cost food to members of our community who are most vulnerable. Food Gatherers has remained open amid the pandemic, ensuring everyone still is getting the food they most need.

The Blue LLama has been helping people all over Ann Arbor stay fed and safe. From starting their Free Food Program for displaced workers to virtual concerts to benefit nonprofit organizations, the Blue LLama is proving itself to be a staple in the Ann Arbor community.

Those who wish to watch the virtual concert can find it streaming on Youtube, Facebook, or the Blue LLama website. You can also contribute directly to Food Gatherers at their website. Be sure to catch the concert this Saturday at 6pm!

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