Concert at Arch Street Teen Center to Feature Brett Steinberg’s “Kalimur” & Sarah Mathes

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Members of the band Kalimur: Alex Trouern-Trend (guitar), Brett Steinberg (lead vocals, pian0), and Tyler Berkich (vocals, bass guitar)

Arch Street, the nation’s longest-running and privately-funded teen center, is pleased to announce a concert featuring Kalimur and Sarah Mathes, with all proceeds to benefit The Emily Catherine Fedorko Foundation (ECFF) on Saturday, April 11th. Doors open at 7:30 pm.

“Kalimur is a word that I came up with out of the blue one day. It inherently means nothing, but is original, unique and fresh,” said Brett Steinberg of Kalimur.” As a band, we strive to give meaning to what ‘Kalimur’ means to both us and our fans through our music and experiences. We write from the soul and hope to connect with anyone and everyone who listens.”

Listen to the music of Kalimur here.

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Sarah Mathes is a 17-year-old teen at Greenwich High School who has been singing and playing piano since she was three.

She is a part of the choir at Greenwich High School as well as the theater department. She is on the path in hopes of one day making a career of music through singing/songwriting.

Alex Gibbons will accompany Sarah on piano. He is a Junior at Brunswick and Co-President of the Teen Board at Arch Street and has studied piano for over 10 years. He is also part of the Jazz Band at Brunswick.

Admission for this event is $10.00 with all proceeds to benefit The Emily Catherine Fedorko Foundation.

“We’re so excited to have a concert at Arch Street that can give back to a wonderful organization like ECFF,” said Hernan Donoso, Associate Director. “This is a great opportunity to listen to great bands and make a difference.”

For more information about Arch Street’s upcoming concert, please visit www.ArchStreet.org.

For more information about ECFF, please visit www.emsway.org

About The Emily Catherine Fedorko Foundation ECFF is a family foundation that provides funding to spread education, advocacy and awareness of boating and water sport safety for adults and children. The foundation will also honor areas of interest in Emily’s life including gifts for academic and athletic endeavors.

Arch Street is the longest-running teen center in America, providing a drug and alcohol-free environment, where teens can initiate and organize activities that improve their social lives and provide leadership and community service. Arch Street is a Connecticut 501 (c) 3 non-profit entity, which is completely privately funded. We are grateful to all of the Arch Street friends, supporters, and students who help make our program a success. For more information, visit www.ArchStreet.org.