Resounding Harmony will celebrate its fifth anniversary of bringing music and philanthropy together this weekend as it opens its new season with a concert at City Performance Hall.

The chorus will perform songs of hope, peace and love Saturday night during its “Let me be the Music” concert, the first of its new season. The concert benefits the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, which supports the search for the cause and cure for childhood brain tumors.

Robert Huneke, Resounding Harmony’s operations manager, said he was excited to kick off the new season and proud to mark five years with the organization. He said the organization has raised more than $160,000 for causes in the area over the last four years.

“I’m very excited that we’re starting our fifth year,” he said, adding that as of Friday afternoon Saturday’s performance was sold out. “We’re got great patrons and a great beneficiary.”

Resounding Harmony’s concerts will all take place at the new City Performance Hall, at 2520 Flora St.

Huneke said he was looking forward to a large turnout Saturday and at future concerts. The next concert is scheduled for June 15 and will benefit USO Wounded Warriors.