"Songs in the Key of Justice" - The Charm City Labor Chorus's 6th Annual Concert
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"Songs in the Key of Justice," the Charm City Labor Chorus's annual concert, will present music of the labor, social justice and civil rights movements. Special guests Lea Gilmore, internationally acclaimed blues, gospel and jazz singer, and Ruth Pelham, renowned folk singer, will also perform. Now, more than ever, let us be in solidarity as we hear (and sing together) songs of the struggle and of our victories! This years concert program includes humor (Tom Lehrer's "Pollution"), and music from many traditions, including a Yiddish Anarchist chant. The Chorus is directed by Darryll L.C. Moch and accompanied by pianist Chester Burke, Jr.