The sixth annual Sound Effects concert to benefit Asheville Music School will be held on Thursday, April 19 from 6 - 10 PM at Isis Music Hall. The featured headliner will showcase AMS teachers and advanced students covering The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album in its entirety, with full instrumentation. “This is the third Beatles album we’ve performed live, and possibly the most challenging,” said Sound Effects musical director Ryan Reardon. “It’s one of the Fab Four’s most well-known records, and the one where they really dove into different recording techniques for the first time. It’s exciting not only to get to recreate that in a live setting, but also to share these historic moments in music with our students.” All proceeds from the event will benefit Asheville Music School’s operations, mission, and programs, particularly the school’s growing outreach and scholarship programs. The event will also feature AMS Outreach ensembles, including the AMS rock band Minør and pop band Vinyl Crossroads, as well as performances by AMS teachers, including gypsy jazz group Hot Club of Asheville. Attendees will have the opportunity to bid on a variety of silent auction and raffle items donated by area businesses, including a day of recording at Echo Mountain Recording Studio, vacation getaways, and much more.