Update: You can learn about the Singing Surgeons' plans to make music in their new cities here: Looking forward, looking back: Singing Surgeons on time in Rochester and the road ahead

The singing surgeons bid farewell to Rochester with one final performance.

This week is the last in Dr. Elvis Francois' and Dr. William Robinson’s residency in Rochester. As an encore for Med City, they will play a mini concert at Forager Brewery (1005 6th St. NW, Rochester) at 7 p.m. Wednesday night.

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Francois and Robinson, both orthopedic surgery residents at Mayo Clinic, have performed for patients for several years. They gained widespread attention after a 2018 video of them singing “Alright” went viral. Since then, the duo has been featured on "The Ellen Show," "Good Morning America," the "Today" show and "The View."

Earlier this year, Francois and Robinson put out an album of cover songs to raise money for COVID-19 relief.

The doctors said the concert is a “thank you to the people of Rochester for everything they have given us over the past five years."

Read our follow-up Q&A here: Looking forward, looking back: 'Singing Surgeons' on time in Rochester and the road ahead

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If you go

What: Singing Surgeons outdoor concert at Forager

When: 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 24

Where: Forager Brewery, 1005 6th St. NW, Rochester

Cost: Free