They performed for two hours to a completely sold out room. Sai is the current instructor of Orchestra, Class Piano, and Chamber Music at College of the Siskiyous who gathered an amazing depth of local musical talent.

On Sunday, Nov. 3, local musician Chiharu Sai and friends, along with Mercy Mt. Shasta Hospice volunteers, came together in an evening of classical music and operatic aria.

They performed for two hours to a completely sold out room. Sai is the current instructor of Orchestra, Class Piano, and Chamber Music at College of the Siskiyous who gathered an amazing depth of local musical talent.

All of the proceeds benefitted the work of Mercy Hospice Mt. Shasta.

“Music and the arts are not a luxury – they are essential to our well-being,” said John Cunningham. “Hospice and the quiet work done for families in difficult times providing support and dignity is also essential to our well being as a community. We extend gratitude to the gifts of the musicians, the work of Mercy Hospice Mt. Shasta and our community of treasured support.”