Friday, July 3, 2020

Music with a Mission features Ashley Liberty and Daniel Strange as ‘Hot Fiddle – Virtually yours’

Ashley Liberty and Daniel Strange
will perform 'Hot Fiddle - Virtually
Yours' on July 11 to benefit
the Sebago Lakes Region
Fuller Center for Housing.
Music with a Mission concerts are back! 

In a season full of unknowns and new ‘normals,’ take some time out for something fun and familiar! Violinist Ashley Liberty and pianist Daniel Strange will be presenting their show, ‘Hot Fiddle – Virtually yours’ on July 11 at 7 p.m. 

It will be a free concert (donations encouraged), full of dynamic and creative music in multiple styles, delivered directly to your living room! Special guest, 7-year-old violinist, Harrison Liberty-Strange, will join his parents on Daniel’s new arrangement of ‘Eleanor Rigby.’ Ashley and Daniel have given their time, their production skills, and of course their musical talents at no expense for this 100 percent fundraising event, which aims to raise funds for NWUC and the Sebago Lakes Region Fuller Center for Housing.

Ashley Liberty, an accomplished violinist, and Daniel Strange, a talented pianist, have returned to North Windham Union Church to perform their ‘Hot Fiddle’ concerts to sold out crowds of 300 people each summer for the past three years.  Both are Maine natives from this area and are beloved favorites of local audiences. The concert will be broadcast from the North Windham Union Church on YouTube Premiere, and will be available one-time only on Saturday July 11 at 7 p.m.  A link to the concert will be posted to our website and our FaceBook page. you can’t join us Saturday night, the stream will be free for 48 hours.

The Music with a Mission concert series is sponsored by the North Windham Union Church, which donates a portion of the proceeds to area non-profits.  Now in our eighth season, MWAM has provided over $66,000 for mission support to the church and other community organizations.   

The community proceeds from this concert will help the Sebago Lakes Region Fuller Center for Housing whose mission is to perform housing repairs and renovations to keep seniors safe and aging in their homes in Raymond, Standish and Windham.

The concert is free but donations are gladly accepted with a suggested minimum contribution of $10 per person. Donations may be made before, during or after the concert either on-line or by mailing a check to Music with a Mission c/o NWUC 723 Roosevelt Trail, Windham, ME 04062. 

For more information please call 892-6142 or email <

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