NCA highlights arts & culture things to do online!
NCA is keeping you connected virtually with your favorite local arts and culture organizations. Many more virtual events on our calendar. Have a safe and healthy week!
*Newton Art Association is please to present “Shelter in Art,” a virtual exhibition on their Facebook page now through mid-June. Each day, NAA showcases a new work of art created by NAA members during the COVID-19 crisis. Click here to view this week’s artwork and get to know NAA’s featured artists. More info about Newton Art Association at newtonartassociation.com.
*Suzuki School of Newton is pleased to offer great online learning opportunities for both children and adults! Read all about the school’s online learning in this awesome article from The Boston Globe. Click here. Sign up now and hone your musical skills! More info about Suzuki School of Newton and its online offerings at suzukinewton.org.
*The Newton Piano Summit, supported by the Waban Improvement Society, is pleased to present Debo Ray, Nando Michelin & Ebinho Cardoso in Concert on Saturday, May 23, at 1:00 p.m. via Facebook Live. Overflowing with talent, Debo Ray has earned international praise for her performances in everything from doo-wop, funk, R&B, and jazz, to her work in education, video production, and fashion. Ray is also well known as a featured vocalist and music director of the award-winning, critically acclaimed group, Women of the World. Nando Michelin & Ebinho Cardoso will present music from their recent CD featuring songs based on the poems by Manoel de Barros. Their music, deeply rooted in the tradition of Brazilian popular music and jazz, builds on the beauty of the simple things just like De Barros intended in his poems. The Newton Piano Summit online concert series is FREE and, if you can, please make a tax-deductible donation through the Waban Improvement Society here–100% of revenue will be paid to the performers. On Saturday at 1:00 p.m., access the concert right here. More info at newtonpianosummit.org.
*Amherst Early Music is pleased to offer again this weekend AEM Online on Saturday, May 23, and Sunday, May 24, at 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. AEM Online features virtual classes taught each weekend by different faculty members. This weekend’s classes include Bach’s Art of Fugue and Doulce Dulcian. Register for any number of sessions; classes are $25/session. Learn more about the sessions and register here. More info at amherstearlymusic.org.
*First Church in Chestnut Hill is pleased to present Back to Broadway, a collection of songs from some of your favorite musicals performed by musicians from the church. Featured musicians include, Christina Grandy de Oliveira, soprano; Kristin Hagan, mezzo soprano; Eduardo Ramos, tenor; James Lesu’i, baritone; and Kathryn Rosenbach, piano. Enjoy this wonderful collection of show tunes right now here. More info about First Church of Chestnut Hill at firstchurchchestnuthill.org.