If you love old fashioned holiday caroling, and would love to do it for a great cause, join the folks from Rhodes School of Music for their second annual caroling and cookies fundraiser, this Sunday, December 20, at 5:00 p.m.
Carolers, including teachers, students and friends of RSoM, along with interested members of the public, will meet in front of the Rite Aid store (226 N. Larchmont Blvd.), and then joyfully stroll and sing along the street. Carolers will gather at the Rhodes studios, 606 N. Larchmont Blvd., for treats at 6:30 p.m.
Tickets are available at Rhodes on Saturday morning, or at the Rite Aid gathering at the start of the event. Suggested donation is $10. Hosted by David Rhodes, with Leo Viscomi (a longtime Rhodes School student and studio assistant).
Viscomi originated the caroling event last year. “I’ve studied piano and trombone and trumpet,” Viscomi told the Buzz in 2014. “But lots of kids don’t get to. So I was looking for a program to help support.”
He settled on the Harmony Project, a Vine Street non-profit program that provides music lessons to underprivileged children, and which will receive all donations to the caroling night. Donations are tax deductible.
Note: The original article was published with event date as Saturday. The actual date of event is Sunday, Dec 20. We regret the error!