Wednesday, September 13, 2006
AUDUBON STRING QUARTET - February 23, 2007
Cambridge, MA... Internationally acclaimed violist and MIT professor Marcus Thompson will perform at MIT with three of the world's top string ensembles in the second of a two-year series of concerts commemorating the 250th anniversary of Mozart's birth in 1756.
February 23, 2007
Audubon String Quartet.
Mozart's Viola Quintet in C Major; Mozart's "Hunt" Quartet; Shostakovich's Quartet No. 5.
8 p.m., Kresge Auditorium (48 Massachusetts Ave).
MIT Office of the Arts
20 Ames St Rm E15-205
Cambridge MA 02139
Friday, September 08, 2006
FUNPLAY WORKSHOP - September 29, 2006
Third Life Studio for the Performing and Healing Arts
FRIDAY, 9/29 (7:30-10)
FUNPLAY! MOVEMENT/SOUND/TOUCH "PLAYSHOP"
--Cooperative Expressive Play for Adults
Sliding Scale: $15-$35
For more info, please contact:
Third Life Studio
33 Union Square
Thursday, September 07, 2006
LUCKY SEVEN SHOW - October 1, 2006
The Washington Street Art Center presents "Lucky Seven”, a show of Somerville Arts Council 2006 visual arts fellowship award artists. The show runs from September 8-October 1, 2006, with gallery hours on Saturdays and Sundays from 12-4 PM. An opening reception will be held On Friday, September 8th, from 7-9 PM at Gallery 321, Washington Street Art Center, 321 Washington Street, Somerville.
For more info, please contact:
Washington Street Art Center Gallery Committee
Wednesday, September 06, 2006
HONK FEST - September 30, 2006
Somerville Art Matters in September will preview the upcoming HONK fest this Monday night. We air every Monday night at 6:30 p.m. on Channel 3. This show runs throughout the month of September.
For the first time ever, honkers from around the country will unite for a weekend of camaraderie and rightious music in Davis Square on Saturday Oct. 7, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday Oct. 8, from 8 a.m. to noon. And what exactly is HONK?. Across the country and around the world, a new type of street band is emerging - HONK. These musicians are acoustic and mobile and borrow repertoire and inspiration from a diverse set of folk music traditions, including the New Orleans second line brass bands. These "honkers" share a commitment to honk their horns for the same reasons motorists do so: to arouse fellow travelers, to warn of danger, to celebrate milestones and to just have fun.
Somerville Art Matters talk show host
SOMERVILLE COMMUNITY CHORUS - September 19, 2006
Somerville Community Chorus. This season the program will celebrate the religious and cultural diversity of Somerville with Christmas and Hanukah Music, Spiritual Songs and Gospel Music, Brazilian Folksongs and other music from Brazil, and Flower of the Dharma (A Buddhist Cantata) by local composer Richard St. Clair.
Open rehearsals will be held at 7:15 pm on Tuesday September 12th and 19th at the Somerville Council on Aging. There are no auditions and the membership dues are only $65 per season.Somerville Council on Aging167 Holland StSomerville MA
Tuesday, September 05, 2006
SCULPTURE WORKSHOP - September 23, 2006
All events are free
Somerville Community Growing Center
22 Vinal Avenue near Union Square
Guardian Sculpture Workshop
Saturday, Sept 23
Help create a Garden Guardian for the Growing Center with artists Nick and Smitty.
Bring discarded garden tools or implements as material for the sculpture building.
Contact: Lisa 617-666-2969
DORKBOT BOSTON MEETING - September 6, 2006
"dorkbotnyc is a monthly meeting of artists (sound / image / movement / whatever), designers, engineers, students and other interested parties from the new york area who are involved in the creation of electronic art (in the broadest sense of the term.)"
around the globe there is a movement of small, autonomous gatherings with a similar goal: offering a platform to artists, designers, scientists, nerds, students and others who let themselves be inspired by technology. this movement is called dorkbot.
Dorkbot Boston - all are welcome!
Dorkbot Boston Meeting
Sept. 6th @ 7:00 pm
Willoughby and Baltic
195g Elm Street
Somerville, MA 02144