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MHS Marching Band Hosts NESBA Competition

The Medford High Marching Band School hosted their second New England Scholastic Band Association (NESBA) competition on Saturday at Hormel Stadium. Medford hosted fifteen area bands and their supporters. Approximately 2,000 people attended the event. The MHS Marching Band received a Silver Medal for their performance of selections from Disney’s popular “Frozen.” The Color Guard […]

Local Artist to Display Work at Rockland Trust

Sydney Smith, an artist and member of MACI (Medford Arts Center), is exhibiting her watercolors and pastels at The Rockland Trust Bank, 260 Mystic Avenue through October 30th. Reception for the artist is this Thursday, October 9th from 6-8 pm. It is worth a stop to view these vibrant landscapes. Sydney uses acrylic, oil pastel, […]

‘Tea with Mary Cassatt’ October 19th

This one-woman play provides a glimpse into the life of Mary Cassatt, famous for her paintings of mothers and babies. She was a Victorian woman who was the only American invited to exhibit with the French Impressionists. Written by and starring, Laura R. Duggan, this multimedia production will also include a question and answer session […]

Mystic River Celebration October 11th

The 4th Annual Mystic River Celebration returns to Medford on Saturday, October 11th, boasting a line-up of four not-to-be missed musical performances by award-winning Will Dailey, Medford-based Susan Cattaneo, Black Sea Salsa, and bluegrass band Chasing Blue. Will Dailey, three-time winner of the Boston Music Award for Best Singer/Songwriter will kick-off the festival with this […]

Tufts Music Department Presents ‘Reflections on Time and Mortality’ Oct. 12th

The Tufts University Department of Music presents Reflections on Time and Mortality, a concert featuring Tufts performance faculty pianist Thomas Stumpf, performing works by Schubert, Beethoven, Chopin, Debussy, Rakhmaninov, Bartok, and Yehudi Wyner, as well as world premiere of compositions by Tufts faculty member John McDonald and Stumpf himself. The performance takes place in the […]

Mystic River Celebration October 11th

The 4th Annual Mystic River Celebration returns to Medford on Saturday, October 11th, boasting a line-up of four not-to-be missed musical performances by award-winning Will Dailey, Medford-based Susan Cattaneo, Black Sea Salsa, and bluegrass band Chasing Blue. Will Dailey, three-time winner of the Boston Music Award for Best Singer/Songwriter will kick-off the festival with this […]

‘Arts Across Medford’ Events Planned Throughout October

Medford resident and lifelong artist Paula Hackett painted by the river at a previous Mystic River Celebration. Arts Across Medford (formerly the Medford on the Mystic Arts Festival) is a month of arts, cultural, historical, and culinary events throughout the city of Medford in October. More than fifteen events and ongoing exhibits highlighting Medford and […]

Royall House to Host Slave Dwelling Project

Slave Dwelling Project Marks First Visit to Massachusetts with Public Programs at Medford’s Royall House and Slave Quarters on October 11 This October, the Royall House and Slave Quarters in Medford will welcome Joseph McGill Jr., and his nationally acclaimed Slave Dwelling Project in the Project’s first visit to Massachusetts. The visit will be highlighted […]

Sunday at Tufts Community Concert Series Presents ‘Celebrating Frank!’ Oct. 5th

he Tufts University Department of Music presents Celebrating Frank!, a concert featuring performance faculty violist Scott Woolweaver and pianist Frank Glazer performing works by Hindemith, Clarke, Beethoven, and Vaughan. The performance takes place in the Distler Performance Hall at the Perry and Marty Granoff Music Center on Sunday, October 5, 2014 at 3:00 p.m. as […]

Tufts Music Department Presents Charles Burney’s Musical Tour Oct. 11th

The Tufts University Department of Music presents Charles Burney’s Musical Tour, a concert featuring performers Annette Richards and David Yearsley on the organ and harpsichord, and videos by Bug Davidson and the Hyphen Collective, in the Distler Performance Hall at the Perry and Marty Granoff Music Center on Saturday, October 11, 2014 at 8 p.m. […]