Dec 02, 2019
St. Mary-St. Catherine's "A Holiday Concert" featuring the Copley Singers under the direction of Andrew Clarkson & Brian Jones, with accompaniment performed by Mark Dwyer; showcasing the church's restored Woodberry & Harris organ.
Oct 24, 2019
Chico Freeman, special guest with The Makanda Project. presented by Arlington Jazz as part of a new ongoing concert series.
Oct 23, 2019
Fort Point Theatre Channel completes a collaboration with Artists' Theatre of Boston, The House of Escada, Luminarium Dance Company, OrigiNation Cultural Arts Center, & Petrichor, in a joint effort, inspired by Shakespeare's "The Tempest".
Oct 22, 2019
Friends of the Charlestown Branch of the Boston Public Library in partnership with the North End Music & Performing Arts Center present an evening with Sirgourney Cook in "What Am I Doing Here?" a life-long musical journey.
Oct 08, 2019
Ken Field Nonstandards with Ken Field (sax), Amy Bellamy (keyboards), Yoron Israel (drums), Mike Rivard (bass), Helen Sherrah-Davies (violin) at the Regattabar.
Sep 16, 2019
HONK! Festival: 14th Annual Festival of Activist Street Bands, this year totaling 25+. Runs Oct. 11-13, 2019. Free and open to all.
Aug 19, 2019
"Transition(s)": the 42nd John Coltrane Memorial Concert (JCMC), featuring the 14-piece JCMC Ensemble, under the musical direction of Dr. Carl Atkins, with co-hosts Eric Jackson & José Massó. This year paying special tribute to Dr. Leonard L. Brown
Aug 09, 2019
Fort Point Theatre Channel (FPTC) joins forces with Artists' Theatre of Boston, Luminarium, OrigiNation, & Petrichor, using Shakespeare's classic as a means to grapple with Boston being part of today's world.
Aug 01, 2019
Freedom Baird makes ROOM TO GROW on the Minuteman Commuter Bikeway, now underway as part of Arlington Public Art's new PATHWAYS series, located along the Bikeway within Arlington's Cultural District; up through the last Sunday in September 2019.
Jul 12, 2019
HONK! Festival: a festival of activist street bands, held in various neighborhoods throughout Somerville, Cambridge, and Boston, Massachusetts.