First performed in 431bc, Euripides' Medea is, on one level, a classical Greek tragedy about a wife who goes to extraordinary lengths to punish her unfaithful husband. Yet there are many levels worth exploring in this tale of revenge and justice, and our talented ensemble promises to take you on a thought-provoking journey.
Newburyport Parks is thrilled to present the third annual Americana Rhythm & Roots Festival on Newburyport’s beautiful central waterfront. This free concert features roots music stars NRBQ, Thornetta Davis and Po’ Ramblin’ Boys. Seventeen-year-old local guitar sensation Quentin Callewaert will open the festival. There will be fun for everyone with a beer garden featuring local microbrews, food trucks and fun activities for the kids.
Experience a wondrous world that inspires you to explore your senses, enveloped in light and nurtured by rain. Under the Grand Chapiteau at Suffolk Downs. LUZIA is a poetic and acrobatic ode to the rich, vibratnt culture of a country whose wealth stems from an extraordinary mix of influences.
PETER PAN, the high-flying Tony© Award-winning musical, follows the adventures of Peter Pan and his mischievous fairy sidekick, Tinkerbell, as they visit the nursery of the Darling children late one night. With a sprinkle of pixie dust, they begin a magical journey across the stars that none of them will ever forget. From ticking crocodiles, to fierce warriors, bungling pirates and the villainous Captain Hook himself, this fun classic will delight all ages. With its iconic score featuring songs like “I’m Flying,” “I Gotta Crow,” “I Won’t Grow Up” and “Never Never Land,”
PETER PAN is the perfect show for the child in all of us!
Festival at the Farm is the small-sized music festival that you have been waiting for.
Spend the last days of summer enjoying live music with the picturesque Blue Hills as the backdrop. The farm provides plenty of elbow room, a huge dance floor and a sprawling lawn. Connect with folks. Bring the kids. Take a break from the tunes and hit up our farmers market, artist vendors, backyard games and more.
The Boston Children’s Chorus unites children ages 7-18 from diverse backgrounds to dislove of music. The Chorus bridges Greater Boston’s many diverse groups and fosters a sense of belonging and inclusion among its members. Through intensive choral training and once-in-a-lifetime performing experiences locally, nationally and around the world, BCC enhances the education and social development of youth as future leaders and global citizens in the 21st century. Since the BCC’s inception, its programs have grown rapidly. Twenty children were accepted into an initial pilot program, and in the current season, the BCC have almost 500 singers representing over 50 of Boston’s urban and suburban neighborhoods participating in twelve different choirs in five Boston locations: the South End, Allston-Brighton, South Boston and Dorchester.
The The Trustees of Reservations are hosting The Orchestra on the Hill for a Spring concert at Castle Hill on the Crane Estate! Celebrate Spring with a delightful evening of concerto favorites performed at the beautiful Crane Castle with music by Mozart, Haydn, Caliendo and Handel. The Orchestra on the Hill will perform feature presentations by renown soloists from the North Shore area. As a special tribute to our gifted young musicians in Ipswich, we will feature youth cello soloist winner, Tessa Devoe.
“Ask Me to Sing” – a concert featuring selections that range from Bach to Broadway. The Honors Youth Choir of Chorus North Shore is an outstanding group of talented young musicians. The choir is fully funded, allowing students ages ten through high school the opportunity to learn and perform choral masterworks and present extraordinary concerts. The singers are selected by audition from communities throughout the North Shore.
The Greater Newburyport Children’s Chorus will be taking over the Firehouse Stage for one spectacular night featuring showtunes from well-loved and new Broadway shows! The evening will feature ensemble performances by our 2 choirs, the GNCC and the GNCC Juniors, along with some featured soloists, duets and small ensembles. Some of the songs scheduled for the evening include a rousing rendition of “Consider Yourself” from Oliver! and a poignant version of “Waving through a Window” from the Grammy winning new musical Dear Evan Hansen.
Saturday, December 14
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