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Summer Concert Series
July 15, 2021 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Violinist, singer, composer and multi-instrumentalist, Baethoven, will perform at the second annual Summer Concert Series of St. Ann & the Holy Trinity Church on Thursday, July 15, at 6:00 pm. The 45-minute concerts take place in the church at Montague and Clinton Streets in Brooklyn Heights each Thursday through September 2, 2021. The Forum @ St. Ann’s, the parish’s arts and culture program, is presenting the concert series to benefit St. Ann’s Pop-Up Pantry on its first anniversary.
A Blasian, Baethoven is a true product of New York City’s melting pot culture, and her multi-genre performances reflect that unique blend. She has trained as a classical violinist since childhood, and for over a decade has acted as the mastermind behind Circadian Clock, which has received over a million international streams. Her eclectic love of music and her prodigal abilities combine to create a genre-bending experience with emotion and fluidity.
Baethoven has performed classical, country, rock, world, jazz and hip hop, and worked with Fat Joe, Ezra Miller, Foxy Brown, Taimane Gardner, Craig Mitchel (Desiigner) and Sean Gill (Britney Spears, Madonna). A graduate of the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, Baethoven recently performed at the Fringe Festival, and has been a member of comedy cult hit The Chris Gethard Show.
Concertgoers are asked to donate food items or make a financial donation to St. Ann’s Pop-Up Pantry. The program was launched in June 2020 in response to the increased food insecurity in Brooklyn resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. The program quickly evolved, giving away ever increasing amounts of non-perishable and fresh groceries as the lines of guests grew longer. To date, St. Ann’s Pop-up Pantry has provided some 10,000 nutritious meals, and the need shows no sign of stopping.
All are urged to combine their love of music and the desire to help our neighbors by attending the Summer Concert Series benefiting St. Ann’s Pop-up Pantry.