SCC Concert: Anna Jalkéus & Aaron Dutton – Swedish Music for Harp, Voice, & Sax

Scandinavian Cultural Center 206 Waltham St, Newton

Anna Jalkéus and Aaron Dutton interpret Swedish folk songs and hymns in an atypical duo setting with pedal harp, voice, and saxophone. Well-known melodies and folk-inspired compositions will be played in new, unique arrangements that combine intuitive listening and improvisation. Music and words are delivered with honest sincerity to create a beautiful and soaring soundscape.…


SCC Concert: The Nordic Fiddlers Bloc

Scandinavian Cultural Center 206 Waltham St, Newton

The Nordic Fiddlers Bloc is a fiddle trio that masterfully blends the traditions of Norway, Sweden, and the Shetland Islands. Olav Luksengård Mjelva (Norway), Anders Hall (Sweden), and Kevin Henderson (Shetland Islands), have swiftly gained a reputation for their gripping and unique blend of fiddle music since the inception of the Bloc in early 2009.…

$10 – $20

SCC Makers Series: Live Edge Bowl Rosemaling

Scandinavian Cultural Center 206 Waltham St, Newton

We welcome back master artist Linda Miller for a two-day spring 2020 workshop dedicated to rosemaling a live edge bowl (for the more advanced students) and will also have a beginner project available. Background paint will be supplied. Brushes and palette knives will be offered for sale. The bowl to be bought from teacher. A…


SCC Makers Series: Spoon Carving

Scandinavian Cultural Center 206 Waltham St, Newton

Al Miller will teach first-time, beginner students how to carve and decorate wooden spoons that can be used as an eating or cooking utensil. The class instruction will focus on the safe way to use hand and machine tools. The decorating and finishing of the spoons will be included. Teaching methods include: showing samples of…