Singers from The Royal Irish Academy of Music to Perform at Doylestown Concert Benefiting Local Child with Cancer

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The choir will attend the event and perform to benefit a local child.

Singers and performers from a major institute will be attending a benefit show in Bucks County to help a family and child in need. Jeff Werner wrote about the upcoming show for the Doylestown Patch.

Lenape Middle School, located at 313 West State Street in Doylestown, will be hosting “One Night From Ireland” on Jan. 5 at 7:30 PM. The operatic event will see three singers from the The Royal Irish Academy of Music perform classic songs to a local audience.

The concert will be benefiting Violet Sanders, a local girl fighting Burkitt’s Lymphoma, a type of blood cancer. Proceeds from the event will go to her family as they seek treatment for her.

Singers Abbey McGiff, Rachael Conaghan and Evan Myles Byrne will join the Lenape Middle School Choir for the event. The group will perform classic opera songs in an effort to promote the arts while helping a local family in a time of need.

Read more about the benefit show in the Doylestown Patch.

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