Salisbury Singers to host “What's It Worth?” Gala Benefit

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Worcester – Salisbury Singers, a critically-acclaimed, nonprofit chorus serving central Massachusetts, will host a “What's It Worth?” Gala Benefit Friday, Oct. 21, from 6 to 9 p.m., in the Jepson Hall of Trinity Lutheran Church, 73 Lancaster St., Worcester.

A wine tasting and silent auction will be held from 6 to 7 p.m., followed by a “What's It Worth” appraisal from 7 to 9 p.m. The event features Stuart Whitehurst, renowned generalist appraiser and senior auctioneer from Skinner's Auction House. The wine tasting is sponsored by O”Hara's Wine & Liquors of Worcester. Attendees are invited to bring an item to be appraised.

Tickets are $25 with one item for appraisal and $20 for general admission without an appraisal item. Advanced purchase of tickets is recommended at www.salisburysingers.org.

Since 1973, Salisbury Singers Inc. has provided a cultural, educational, artistic and musical outlet for the central Massachusetts community. Today, the growing chorus continues to share its love of singing with critically-acclaimed performances that seek to challenge, inspire and entertain. For more information about Salisbury Singers and its upcoming performances, visit www.salisburysingers.org or call 1-508-799-3848.