Nick Hagelin & Bryan Bautista of The Voice "Harbor House Benefit"

Nick Hagelin & Bryan Bautista of The Voice "Harbor House Benefit"

The Tom Arcara Band, The Jeff Acker Trio

Fri 21 Apr

7:00 pm


This event is all ages

Nick Hagelin & Bryan Bautista of The Voice "Harbor House Benefit"
Nick Hagelin & Bryan Bautista of The Voice "Harbor House Benefit"
Two popular season 10 contestants from NBC’s “The Voice” will perform at Anthology on Saturday, April 28, 2017, from 7-11 p.m.

Bryan Bautista and Nick Hagelin, two of the top three singers on Christina Auguilera’s season 10 team of “The Voice,” will perform as a duet with their band.

Bautista, of Brooklyn, N.Y., started his journey on season 10 of “The Voice” after being denied a spot during the show’s ninth season. Bautista’s voice reflects his Latino roots with a touch of hip-hop and R&B. According to, one of his performances scored No. 1 on the Latin Digital Songs list. Bautista made it to the top eight contestants on the show before he was voted off.

Hagelin, an award-winning singer/songwriter, dancer and actor from New York City, made it to the top nine contestants of the season before he was voted off the show. Hagelin appeared in magazines, including US Weekly and People Magazine, and attended the Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice Awards.

The Mission of Harbor House of Rochester, Inc. is to provide temporary lodging for families of adult critical care patients who live outside the Rochester area and are receiving care at the University of Rochester Medical Center or other area hospitals. Harbor House provides a “home-away-from-home” environment of safe and supportive living that eases the emotional and financial burdens on families.

In 2005, Tom Arcara, a Rochester resident, had a heart attack and subsequently needed a heart transplant. His wife Christine spent several weeks in the hospital supporting her husband until he received the Gift of Life. While there, she met other families living through a similar medical crisis. After Tom received his new heart and was released from the hospital, the Arcara’s organized a fundraiser to provide more amenities for the heart failure unit with a long term goal of starting a hospitality house for families of out of town patients.

In September 2009, the doors opened for guests for the first time. The house would be available to transplant families and any adult family member who traveled to our city to support a loved one with a serious medical condition. Since then we have provided thousands of night’s rest in a welcoming home-like setting to people from all over the U.S. and several foreign countries.
Venue Information:
336 East Avenue
Rochester, NY, 14604