Spotlight Music Series
The music series is led by Foundation Board Director Dr. Ramona Crowley Goldberg with the assistance from local talent. Musicals are performed throughout the year raising funds and awareness of the Sheldon E. Goldberg Center for Breast Care at CalvertHealth.
UPCOMING PERFORMANCES :
Select Thursdays – Jazz Nights – February 15, 6 to 9 p.m. FREE OF CHARGE
March 19, 6:30 p.m. – Purely American: It Don’t Mean a Thing, If You Ain’t Got that Swing – $50 PAYMENT REQUIRED
June 18, 6:30 p.m. – This Can’t Be Love and Other Lyrics of Love – $50 PAYMENT REQUIRED
All performances are at Mamma Lucia in Dunkirk. $50 payment required which includes dinner and performance.
If you would like to dedicate a song from the performance to a loved one, $25 donation per selection. Each dedication will be acknowledged the night of the event and on the website. Monies for the dedications will be collected the night of the event.
The Spotlight Music Series provides musical entertainment to its audiences while raising funds to support the Sheldon E. Goldberg Center for Breast Care at CalvertHealth. The music series is a collaborative effort with Ramona Crowley Goldberg leading the effort. Goldberg is a CalvertHealth Foundation Board member and the wife of the late Dr. Sheldon E. Goldberg who passed away in 2011. The center opened in 2010 because of the vision and tireless work of Dr. Sheldon E. Goldberg, a breast surgeon and musician. After Dr. Goldberg’s passing, the music series was formed by one of his patients and former board member Robin Henshaw who passed away in 2016 from breast cancer.
It’s more than a song and dance, it’s paying it forward — or “playing it forward”, said late CalvertHealth Foundation Board Member, Robin Henshaw (pictured right), who founded the Spotlight Music Series together with Sandy Griese. The series is now led by Dr. Ramona Crowley Goldberg with local talent. See above for dates, times, and locations.