Newton Art Association presents: Demo with Betsy Silverman | Collage

Working in a collage style that she calls “fragmented realism,” Betsy Silverman trains her eye upon discarded magazines – which she selects, cuts, and glues to a canvas, in order to transform the old images and text into unique, multidimensional portraits, still lifes, cityscapes, and representations of New England – especially the Boston area. A…

Newton Free Library presents Prince of Pirates & the Witch of Wellfleet

Newton Free Library 330 Homer St, Newton, MA

Prince of Pirates & the Witch of Wellfleet (for ages 16+) Join storyteller Rona Leventhal for an enthralling, pre-recorded rendition of her one-woman show, The Prince of Pirates and the Witch of Wellfleet. Rona will present her version of a classic Cape Cod tale that is a mixture of history and legend, set in the early…

Newton Free Library presents Climate Change Solutions with Congressman Jake Auchincloss & Newton’s Youth Leaders

Newton Free Library 330 Homer St, Newton, MA

Join Congressman Jake Auchincloss for an update on climate change legislation and what his priorities are in that regard. Newton’s youth leaders will also share their concerns about climate change, what we can do locally, and provide more information on what is being done on the national level. This program is part of the Green…

Highland Glee Club presents Spring Concert

Newton City Hall Auditorium 1000 Commonwealth Ave, Newton, MA

The Highland Glee Club is presenting our annual spring concert. The theme is All's Fair: Songs of Love and War for Men's Voices. Music of Elgar, Schubert, Mendelssohn and others.

$18 – $20

Newton Free Library presents Women in World Jazz: Women Activists for Peace and Social Justice

Newton Free Library 330 Homer St, Newton, MA

Join Women in World Jazz (WIWJ) for a virtual concert that will feature composers who use their music to promote social justice and peace. Learn about women who left their impact on history including Joan Baez and Nina Simone, as well as contemporary composers and activists such as Beyoncé, Annie Lenox, and Angélique Kidjo. The…

New Art Center presents: Artist Talk with Rébecca Bourgault

New Art Center 61 Washington Park, Newton, MA

Details: Friday, 1 Session Times: 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM Rébecca Bourgault is a visual artist, art educator, community artist, and scholar. An assistant professor of Art Education at Boston University, Bourgault grew up in rural Québec surrounded by artists and artisans. Humorously self-identified as a late bloomer, Bourgault traveled around the world in her youth, studying…

$25
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Amherst Early Music Classes

Saturday, April 30 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. De-Mystifying the Prelude with Alissa Duryee, keyboard 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. Locke Unlocked! with Martha Bishop, viol Sunday, May 1 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. 4x4 Bach with Rachel Begley, recorder 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. The Singer’s Toolbox: Sing We Enchanted: A Vocal Technique Session, with Historical Inspirations for…

Music for Food presents Fantastic Duos

Allen Center for the Arts 35 Webster St, WEST NEWTON, MA

Fantastic Duos for the Newton Food Pantry - Pianist Solon Gordon and violinist Lily Tsai play Brahms and Schubert. About this event A wonderful concert of violin-piano duos—including Schubert’s transcendent Fantasy in C major and Brahms’ loving A major sonata—performed by Solon Gordon and Lily Tsai, to benefit the Newton Food Pantry and Newton Community Freedge.   *Masks…

Recurring

Amherst Early Music Classes

Saturday, April 30 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. De-Mystifying the Prelude with Alissa Duryee, keyboard 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. Locke Unlocked! with Martha Bishop, viol Sunday, May 1 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. 4x4 Bach with Rachel Begley, recorder 3:00 - 4:30 p.m. The Singer’s Toolbox: Sing We Enchanted: A Vocal Technique Session, with Historical Inspirations for…