Get ready for an exciting and fun magic show developed especially for kids and families! Mike Bent began his career in magic at age 6, when he checked out his first magic book from the library. That book started him on the path to a lifetime love of learning, creativity and performance that literally changed his life. Come see his show and enjoy fun magic and comedy designed just for families!
Each year in February, the Salem State music department holds its annual high school invitational jazz festival, taking place in the music department at Central Campus. Area high school jazz bands are invited to Salem State for a day of workshops and an evening performance in the recital hall. Students will have the opportunity to work with instructors who are proficient in jazz studies and techniques. Past participants have included Salem High School, Ipswich High School, Masconomet High School, Lynn Classical, and others.
Ezekiel’s Wheels is a dynamic young klezmer ensemble from the Boston area that is getting international recognition for their virtuosity and infectious energy.The quintet’s unique style was forged in the subway stations and farmers’ markets of Boston, where the informal setting and ever-changing audience created an ideal environment for musical experimentation. After playing these informal gigs for some time, Ezekiel’s Wheels entered the 2012 Boston Jewish Music Festival’s “Klezmer Idol” competition, winning first place and a recording session. Seven months later, with a brand new EP under their belt, they won both the jury-awarded City Winery Prize for best klezmer ensemble and the Audience Pick Award at the third biennial International Jewish Music Festival in Amsterdam. They continue to perform regularly across New England, occasionally around the United States, and every-so-often around the world.
Suzi Shelton is an award-winning NYC singer/songwriter who’s has been making catchy music for more than a decade, performing at the White House and Lincoln Center. Little Miss Ann, a first-generation Filipino-American creates heartfelt songs with unique instrumentation, infectious melodies, and a soulful voice. Join both of them (together again) on one stage for a super fun family show!
Join Margot Fox and friends for some family-friendly folk-rock! Come dance, wiggle, and sing to her tunes (old and new) as we shake off the cold and look towards spring! Drummer, Pat Tambor, will jam onstage with Margot who will perform “Planet Clementine,” “Alphabet City,” “Moose Crossing,” as well as “Polly’s Purple Pontiac,” “The Basement,” and other new tunes.
Rockport Music and The Hive host a FREE performance in Gloucester! Mile Twelve is a fresh and innovative new voice in contemporary bluegrass music. Based in Boston, MA they are fast gaining recognition for their outstanding performances in New England bluegrass and folk circles. Combining a love for traditional bluegrass with songwriting skills honed at renowned music schools, they present a refined and powerful musical directive.
The Beverly High School Music Department and Stage Right proudly present Shrek the Musical! Based on the Oscar®-winning DreamWorks film that started it all, Shrek the Musical brings the hilarious story of everyone's favorite ogre to life on stage at the Beverly Higfh School Auditorium.
Take Mom and the entire family to the Pops. Package includes a premium floor seat to the Boston Pops "Dancing with a Twist" performance on May 8 at 3pm with a pre-concert brunch at the Symphony Café! Must be purchased 72 hours prior to performance date.
This Mother's Day package is also available by calling SymphonyCharge (888-266-1200).
The ISU World Figure Skating Championships will be held at the TD Garden, March 28-April 3, 2016. The World Figure Skating Championships will bring close to 200 skaters from over 30 countries to Boston’s TD Garden to compete for four international titles in four disciplines: Ladies' singles, men's singles, pairs and ice dancing. The Exhibition of Champions will also feature a performance by the world-famous Haydenettes synchronized skating team, based in Lexington.
The Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras (BYSO) and the Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO) will collaborate to present a special family version of Rossini's Cinderella on April 10th! This performance is suitable for children six years of age and older. This production is newly conceived specifically for Symphony Hall and will be sung in English.
Tuesday, September 24
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