Three of Harvard University’s oldest a cappella groups performed a free concert yesterday.
The Radcliffe Pitches, Krokodiloes and the Din and Tonics sang in support of Bermuda’s Action on Alzheimer’s and Dementia charity.
The concert, organised by the US Consulate, took place at the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity.
Mary Ellen Koenig, the US Consul General, said: “We are delighted to once again partner with the cathedral and the wonderful performers from Harvard in support of this important charity which does so much for Bermuda’s citizens who suffer from these debilitating diseases.”
All donations will go to AAD, which advocates for people living with dementia and supports their families and caregivers.
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