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The Sounds Good Concert Series offers three concerts each year, providing a rich musical experience for the Stamford community. Past performances have included the Kate Davis trio and the Redhot & Blue Acapella group. Annual performances include the Simpatico Chamber Ensemble and features the popular “Broadway Revisited”. All concerts are held at St. Francis Episcopal Church 2810 Long Ridge Road, Stamford.

Concerts are held at St Francis Episcopal Church, 2810 Long Ridge Road, Stamford. Tickets for each concert are $30 pp, $25 seniors/students. Tickets sales do not cover the cost of concerts and we encourage and welcome tax deductible Sponsorship @ $1000.00, $500.00, $250.00, $150.00 or any contribution of your choice. Sponsors are listed in the printed programs. Checks may be made out to St. Francis Sounds Good and mailed to St Francis Church Office at 503 Old Long Ridge Road Stamford, CT 06903. Concerts are followed by a reception.

A sampling from past Sounds Good performances can be heard below:

"One",  from A Chorus Line The Clay Jenkins Jazz Quartet The Simpatico Chamber Ensemble

St Francis Church is delighted to present the Sounds Good Concert Series, offering three concerts, held in the fall, winter and spring. The objective is to offer the FairChester area and beyond, a variety of music experiences and to welcome all to our Church.

Our 2018-19 series heralds:

Sun., Oct. 7, 4PM - Cynthia Sayer, a multi award winning instrumentalist, vocalist, and tenor banjoist, par excellence.

Sat., Feb. 2, 7PM – The True Story of Cinderella, an hilarious,, satirical take, operetta style, on the classic fairy tale, performed by 14 professionals.

Sat., May 19, 7PM- The Broadway Fab Five, back by popular demand, Broadway to Hollywood concert with Ellen Lewis, Sarah Bleasdale, Jim Fredricks, Richard Weidlich, and Darin Lewis on piano.

Now in its ninth season, our past performances have included, Kate Davis trio, Red,Hot and Blue Acapella Group, Simpatico Chamber Ensemble, The Broadway Fab Five, Alistair Reid, organist, Clay Jenkins Jazz Quartet, Gunsmoke, and New York Polyphony.

Support the Sounds Good Concert Series: Due to your enthusiasm and generosity, we are able to continue offering the “Sounds Good” concert series each year. Support “Sounds Good” with your gift of $150, $300, $500 or any other amount you choose. As a Sponsor, you will be listed in the program as a donor.

Please make your tax deductible check payable to: St. Francis Episcopal Church and indicate “Sounds Good” in the memo. Mail to: St. Francis Church, 503 Old Long Ridge Rd., Stamford, CT. 06903. Honorary or memorial gifts are welcome and given program recognition per your instructions.