NORTH TONAWANDA, N.Y. (WKBW) — This weekend students from Matt's Music school will be logging out of Zoom and will finally be able to perform for the first time this year in front of an audience.
“We have been working super hard over zoom to try to better our skills and our craft so when we do come back it will be just as amazing,” said Ava Pilippon.
Matt's Music Vocal Performance team will be hosting a Country Cabaret on Sunday at 5pm at the Gratwick Fire Hose Company at 110 Ward Road in North Tonawanda.
There will be a stage and cones set up in the large grass area that will be six-feet apart for people to safely social distant and be able to hear the talented voices of these students.
You can also sit in your car and listen as well.
24 students will be singing all sorts of different country songs.
The concert is $5-dollars a person.