David Crohan performs Martha’s Vineyard show for Island Elderly Housing

Pianist David Crohan, shown here in 2011 at The Union Chapel, performs July 14 at the Old Whaling Church. — File photo by Ralph Stewart

On Sunday, July 14, beloved Island pianist David Crohan will give a concert with all proceeds to benefit Island Elderly Housing’s Quality of Life Programs. The event takes place at the Old Whaling Church in Edgartown. Doors open at 6:30 pm; the program begins at 7:30.

Joining Mr. Crohan onstage is emerging young singer/songwriter Caroline Sky. A California native, Caroline summers in Edgartown with her family.

Island Elderly Housing, Inc., (IEH) provides homes to 165 residents. IEH’s Quality of Life Programs include weekly and holiday meals, bringing residents together as a community, and for residents who no longer drive, the program funds the Blueberry Van, a service that helps residents maintain their independence by providing rides to appointments, errands, and other engagements.

There will be a Meet the Artists reception following the performance.

Tickets are $40; $35 in advance; $15 for students 18 and under. They may be purchased at daRosa’s, Alley’s General Store, Bunch of Grapes Books, Edgartown Books, and ticketsmv.com.