Little Mission Studio musicians will perform to fundraise for environment

With one socially conscious benefit concert already under their belts, the musicians and teachers at Little Mission Studio are preparing to host the second in a series of donation-funded concerts raising money for nonprofits.

On November 17, the studio will host UnRest: The Environment, featuring music inspired by nature. Proceeds will go to the Natural Resources Defense Council.

In March, the studio launched a series of concerts with salient social themes, beginning with a collection of pieces by and about refugees.

“I definitely think musicians and artists have a responsibility to react to what’s happening around them and participate,” Little Mission Studio co-owner Matt Rupert said at the time.

The first concert raised $500 for the ACLU, he said.

You can watch their first concert in its entirety here.

UnRest: The Environment takes place Friday, November 17 at 7 p.m. at Little Mission Studio at 445 Hampshire Street. Tickets are available here for a suggested donation of $15

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