Get ready to hear the great tunes from Dedham residents "whose talents and skills far exceed their current fame," as the event's motto reads.
The will hold a fund-raising concert on Sunday afternoon from noon to 2 p.m. at the in Dedham Square.
Tickets for are $10 for an individual and $20 for a family.
The first annual fundraiser comes in the school's fourth year.
“This year we are teaching over 160 students,” said Gabriella Sana, DSM Executive Director, “and now it's time for us to begin showcasing music in Dedham in a big way.”
Starting off Unsung Dedham will be the Dedham Elementary School Honor Band, featuring leading first-year band students from Dedham's fifth grade classes.
The event will feature two a capella groups, Second Wind, a group made up of area singers; and Greensleeves, a group made up of female singers.
Headlining Unsung Dedham is a barber from in Dedham Square, Lou Biscegia. Biscegia and his piano has been delighting jazz fans in the greater Boston area for decades.
“Lou is a great example of the many unsung musicians that live in Dedham,” said Dedham School of Music President Fred Wofford. “Dedham is an underappreciated hotbed of the musical arts, and Unsung Dedham bring these musicians into the light of day.”