Join Open Theatre Project at for our first production of "SERIES 1 : Guests & Hosts, the Doors are open... " HENRY & VANESSA: UNBOUND by JP Local Playwright, Howard Zilber. Join us on OPENING NIGHT for $12 Dollar Tickets! Open Theatre Project is proud to continue SERIES 1: GUESTS & HOSTS, THE DOORS ARE OPEN… with its upcoming production HENRY & VANESSA: UNBOUND by Jamaica Plain local, Howard Zilber. After being featured in OTP’s 2013 Playwriting Workshop, an independent staged reading &…Find out more »
The Atrium Winds & Strings perform a one-hour chamber music concert featuring Mozart's Oboe Quartet, Bohuslav Martinu's Nonetto, and Charles Villiers Stanford's Serenade (Nonet). The musicians are Michael Tabak - flute, Sachiko Murata - oboe, Danby Cho and Thomas Weston - clarinet, Scott Chowning - French horn, Michael Meehan - bassoon, Jennifer Hsiao and Wei-yu Chang - violin, Trevor Andrews - viola, Marc Pasciucco - cello, and Joseph McCargar - double bass.Find out more »
The Atrium Winds present music for wind ensemble by Richard Strauss: Suite in B-Flat for 13 Winds, Op. 4 (1884) and Symphony for Winds ("The Happy Workshop") for 16 winds (1945). The performers are Michael Tabak and Wendy Vignaux (flute); Miri Kudo and Michael Barnett (oboe); Thomas Weston, Yhasmin Valenzuela, and Luz Sarmiento (clarinet); Dianne Mahany (basset horn); Yanko Sheiretov (bass clarinet); Rachel Juszczak and Lauren Landry (bassoon); Ben Williams (contrabassoon); Yonatan Kahn, Elisabeth Axtell, Scott Chowning, and Peter Kronheimer…Find out more »
MUSIC TO THE MOTHER You are invited to our SingPositive Spring Concert! Sunday, May 15- just in time to be a week late for Mother's Day! Songs for Mothers and Mother Earth, with SPECIAL GUESTS, The Grass Gypsys! Featuring music of The Grass Gypsys, Bob Dylan, The Beatles, Bob Marley, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, and other gems; including the little-known Toddler remix of Bohemian Rhapsody. $15/$5 for kids and seniors! Sunday May 15, at 4 pm; Saint John's Church, 1 Roanoke Ave, Jamaica Plain, MA.…Find out more »
Join our mailing list at www.neighborhoodrocks.com. Neighborhood Rocks multigenerational choir presents its spring concert, RIVER OF DREAMS. Songs of rivers, oceans, rain, and rainbows, featuring music by Simon & Garfunkel, Styx, Billy Joel, The Beatles, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, The Beach Boys, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Disney, and more! Featuring special guests, the Boston Latvian Choir, and the infamous "Pirates of St. John's." Family-friendly concert setting! Sunday, May 22, 4pm St. John’s Church 1 Roanoke Ave, Jamaica Plain Tickets: $10, $5 kids…Find out more »
Please join us for an Easter Egg Hunt on our lawn after Easter Services (roughly 12:15). All children are welcome! St. John's Episcopal Church One Roanoke Ave (corner of Roanoke and Revere) Jamaica Plain, MA 02130Find out more »
“What Are You Afraid Of?” is the question at the core of Open Theatre Project's FEAR PROJECT presented at St. John's Church April 28-May 13. Through facilitated story circles, community events & one-on-one conversations over the last 8 months, we have explored this question and devised a new play that reflects YOUR words, YOUR experiences & YOUR fears. OTP's Fear Project takes you on a journey to explore our emotional and intellectual responses to fear - to understand its roots and impact…Find out more »
Many of us are familiar with Baroque music as background music, something pleasant piped into public spaces to set the scene. What we hear at weddings, church services, and funerals often omits the more challenging pieces, leaving us with a stilted, limited view of what Baroque music is. yes, it is full of florid passages and pleasing harmonies, but it is also full of grit, fury, and fire; the sounds of battle, passion, and rage. With our program, Beautiful and Bizarre…Find out more »
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