Come out to see the following performers for CARE.org
's Benefit Concert!
The Milk Barn Trio: Vik, Nik, and Aarti are three friends that met while milking cattle out in the mid-west. They would hum along to their favorite pop tunes on the radio while milking, eventually deciding to start using various props around the milk barn as musical instruments to kill time in between milking cows. Their debut performance was, fittingly, in an old milk barn in San Francisco's Castro District. Their lead singer and guitarist are both very single.
The Coworkers: Aarti, Jack, and Brad are coworkers that realized they love to rock out after a long day of conference calls so they formed a band and (naturally) named themselves «The Coworkers»! They play a variety of pop, R&B, and classic rock covers. They are super excited to perform again at PianoFight so come out to see them rock on!
Nishant Bordia: Nishant is a passionate singer with a background of Rajasthani Folk Music. He is a self-taught musician and recently won the Voice of Bay Area title. After coming to the United States in 2015, he continued his musical journey by joining the University of Washington A Capella group, Awaaz, as a tenor. He has shared the same stage with internationally recognized artists including Ram Sampath, Shankar Mahadevan and Tanvi Shah.
Members of Scales of the City: Padmini, Craig, Nathan, Phil, and Aarti all sing in an a'cappella group specializing in pop music from the last 70 years. They host an annual show in November of each year.
Originally founded in 1945 as a relief organization to support victims of World War II, CARE is known globally for its efforts to save lives, fight poverty and achieve social justice. CARE has since expanded to 93 countries, working with local communities to design and implement long-term programs to fight poverty, respond to humanitarian emergencies, and advocate for policy change to improve the lives of the poorest people. As one of the first and largest international NGOs to focus on women and girls, CARE is looking to lift 200 million people out of extreme poverty by 2020. Your attendance and donation will support CARE reach its goal and help empower millions of people living in poverty around the world to lead better lives.
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This show takes place in our restaurant. So you may eat and drink during the performance. Seating is first come first serve.
Street parking is free after 6pm. We’re located 2 blocks from Powell BART, numerous muni lines and there are 3 parking lots within 1 block.