Bridget Curzi with Jim Hall opening

The 30th Season of
The Second Friday Coffeehouse
Greater Boston’s Original All-Benefit Coffeehouse

Presents a Benefit Concert: Featured Beneficiary

Renewal House

a domestic violence shelter for individuals and families who are fleeing violence or abuse

BridgetCurzi2014Bridget Curzi

Bridget Curzi is a familiar face at the First Church in Belmont and on the Coffehouse stage. She previously was a very active member of the Youth Choir and its annual musicals beginning at age 3. She’s also a core member of Positive Energy that performs each year at the Coffeehouse to sell-out crowds. Most recently Bridget is branching out as a singer / songwriter and will bring her solo act to the Coffeehouse for the first time as the Main Act, following last year’s very successful debut as an opener.

JimHallJim Hall

Coffeehouse co-founder Jim Hall has been singing for almost sixty years, and has performed classical, pop, musicals, and barbershop.  Jim performs regularly with the Arlington-Belmont Chorale and has traveled to several foreign countries with the Sharing a New Song Chorus.  But he especially enjoys performing folk music because of the emotional accessibility of the songs.  Fellow Coffeehouse Committee member and old friend, Roger Miller, will also be joining in for a few songs.


Friday, November 21, 2014 at 7:30pm
(actually the THIRD Friday this month)

(open microphone signup by 7 p.m.)

The First Church in Belmont – Unitarian Universalist

404 Concord Avenue, Belmont MA

(Across from the Belmont Post Office – From Harvard Square take Bus #74)

Admission $10 Students & Seniors $5 – Coffee, Refreshments

For More Information Call 617-484–1054

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