Saturday, December 9th
Two shows at 1:30 and 7:00pm

Oregon Music Hall of Fame inductee Mark Bosnian, an award-winning singer-songwriter and professional voice coach, presents a uniquely Portland Holiday Concert and sing along.

This event is also a fundraiser, with 20% of the proceeds going to Habit For Humanity Portland Metro/East to help fund building and repairing homes for local families in need.

Mark’s trio (Mark on piano, guitar, accordion, ukulele and vocals, John Mannenbach on guitar and vocals, and Steve Hale on bass and vocals) will perform holiday classics, some of Mark’s holiday original songs and lead the audience in sing along favorites.

Featured with Mark will be local well-known guest artists, including soul queen LaRhonda Steele, the uplifting Shine Children’s Chorus, the robust voices of Satori Men’s Chorus, the always entertaining Lonesome Dewey and the Christmas Coyotes ukulele ensemble, Armenian chanteuse Ani Avedissian, young crooner Brian Pater, The Mehallick Sisters, the Pater Baker Ensemble and hula dancer LeiLani Paki.

Before and after the show and during the intermission there will be refreshments, wine tasting, a Santa photo booth, performers CDs for sale, and other fun activities. There are 2 parking lots at the venue and plenty of street parking.

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