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The Villages
Friday, June 21, 2024

‘Enchanted Evening’ draws crowd of nearly 500 at St. Timothy’s Church

The long awaited fund raising program entitled “Enchanted Evening” was attended by a crowd of almost 500 at St. Timothy’s Church on Friday evening.

The four young artists appearing in this concert were greeted with enthusiastic applause after performing both operatic as well as Broadway music. 

The performers were Adam Rothenberg, pianist; Carson Dorsey, soprano; Monica Benson, brass instrumentalist; and Jorge Luis Martinez, tenor. 

Adam Rothenberg, Carson Dorsey, Monica Benson and Jorge Luis Martinez, from left.

Piano accompanists Maestro Bill Doherty and Linda Charlton also received well-deserved applause.

The Villages Opera Club event was a fundraiser for music scholarships.

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