The Huntington High School chamber choir will perform at the Huntington Anti-Bias Concert at Heckscher Park on August 21.
Returning chamber choir members and recent graduating seniors will come together to perform at the free concert, which will run from 1-4 p.m. in the park. Directed by high school music teacher Victoria Garbarino, the Huntington chamber choir was chosen to perform through an audition process.
The chamber choir will sing “Stand Up,” co-written by Erivo with Joshuah Brian Campbell. The piece is taken from the 2019 biographical film, “Harriet.”
Admission to the concert is free. Visit http://www.huntingtonconcert.com for more information.
“The Huntington Anti-Bias Concert will feature some of the best talent from each of the nine Town of Huntington high schools and will also involve your favorite local businesses,” states the concert website.
While the concert is free, there will be raffles and snacks will be sold. Several businesses and organizations are sponsoring the event. All proceeds will go to the Tri-CYA and the Huntington Anti-Bias Task Force, including the African-American, Asian-American and Hispanic Advisory Task Forces.