Uniting Culture and Community in Newton
Newton Cultural Alliance
The Newton Cultural Alliance is a nonprofit arts & culture membership organization in Newton, MA. Our mission is to promote, enhance, and sustain arts & culture through member advocacy, economic development, and collaborative facilities with creative community programming.
Arts & Culture Highlights
Zamir Chorale Concert
Zamir Chorale of Boston Music affords us a vision of a harmonious world even in times of conflict and uncertainty—a world filled with compassion, logic, beauty, and resolution. For our spring concert, in honor of longtime Zamir members Larry and Jill Sandberg, we present “A Better World,” featuring a wide-ranging program of uplifting music, including Thompson’s The Peaceable Kingdom and the U.S. premiere of Yehezkel Braun’s “Vehayah Be’akharit Ha-yamim” (In Days to Come).
Breath of Spring
The Newton Cultural Alliance and its member organizations will be hosting a multitude of creative opportunities throughout April and May, dedicated to rebuilding our spirits.
See the full listing of Breath of Spring series under our Programming & Events tab and join us this spring.
NCA Opens New Memberships
Now is the perfect time to join NCA! Along with our NCA Nonprofit Organization Membership, we are now offering two new membership levels: Independent Creative Memberships and opportunities for businesses to become Partners & Sponsors. NCA is Newton's advocate for arts & culture. NCA memberships open community doors, raise your visibility, and connect you with local and regional arts & culture organizations and patrons. Join us!
Your Safety is our First Concern!
All NCA staff, volunteers, participating member organizations, and their artists are fully vaccinated. Our cutting edge geothermal HVAC and air circulation system provides an ongoing, steady flow of fresh air into every corner of the facility. The Allen Center requires all guests to provide proof of vaccination upon entry into the building and to wear masks indoors at all times. Our artists, in keeping with the Mayor's order, are permitted to perform without masks so long as they are 6 feet from the audience. The maximum seating capacity is 120, however, at this time we are limiting the audience to 75 people.