Presented by Armenian Museum of America at Armenian Museum of America
Presented by Harvard Art Museums at Harvard Art Museums
Explore the Harvard Art Museums for free on May 18, in recognition of Art Museum Day and International Museum Day
Presented by Boston Center for the Arts (BCA) at Online/Virtual Space
"Hello My Name is" is a lunchtime virtual meetup which allows our audience to meet artists from BCA's residences and learn about BCA's programs.
Presented by North Bennet Street School at North Bennet Street School
Hear about Cannupa's use of traditional, craft-based skills and techniques in building monumental instruments of education and community.
Join us in person for a close look at the special exhibition White Shadows, with curator Lynette Roth and curatorial assistant Bridget Hinz.
Curious about the origins of camera-less photography or photograms? Join us to learn how to make prints from plant materials!
Presented by Addison Gallery of American Art at Addison Gallery of American Art
Join us for a guided tour of the exhibition.
Presented by Boston Art Review at Best Bees
Join Boston Art Review in celebrating the launch of their 8th magazine, Face to Face with a night of music, dancing, drinks, and art.
Presented by MassArt Art Museum (MAAM) at MassArt Art Museum (MAAM)
Experience new art, discover local history, and share your own story at MAAM.
Presented by Brookline Arts Center at Brookline Arts Center
To close out the Brookline Arts Center's exhibition of The Wisdom Exchange Art Project, join us for a celebration featuring an interactive sharing of multiple communities' letters of wisdom, with music by Nat Seelen's Wisdom Ensemble.
Presented by Peabody Essex Museum at Peabody Essex Museum
Explore drawings by Dutch artists who ventured beyond their country’s borders—whether to other parts of Europe or across oceans.
Join on May 25 when free admission is extended to all visitors, in celebration of Harvard Class Day.
We’re keeping our doors open late on the last Thursday of every month for an evening of art, fun, food, and more!
Join on May 26 when free admission is extended to all visitors, in celebration of Harvard Commencement.
Presented by Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery, College of the Holy Cross at Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Art Gallery, College of the Holy Cross
The Cantor Art Gallery and the Department of Visual Arts are honored to present Remember Tomorrow, an exhibition of the work of studio art majors from the College of the Holy Cross.
Presented by Childs Gallery at Childs Gallery
Childs Gallery is pleased to announce Adam Van Doren: In the Founders’ Footsteps, a new exhibition on view in the gallery’s upstairs Print Department.
Presented by Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston at The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston
Awaken your senses through art-making with this month’s visiting artist Maya Erdelyi, an award-winning animator, artist and educator.
Presented by WCF studios/films LLC at Online/Virtual Space
Global Cinema Film Festival of Boston (GCFF) proudly spotlights films that make us care about the human condition around the globe.
Presented by Fountain Street Gallery at Fountain Street Gallery
Beginning May 4, Fountain Street Gallery will feature the work of Kathline Carr and Frantz Lexy in “Land/Form.” The artists share a deep interest in the landscape.
Presented by The Loading Dock Gallery at Western Avenue Artist Studios
Loading Dock Gallery features Elena Gorodensky and Margarita Krylova in DAYDREAM, where Elena Gorodensky and Margarita Krylova offer paths to understanding through imagination.
Presented by SOWA Artists Guild at SOWA Artists Guild
MAY 8--Special small works lobby show Benefit for Ukrainian Relief Aid. Visit World Central Kitchen WCK.org. and donate $122 on the site. Bring your receipt to SoWa and when you buy at small works show, your gift to Ukrainian Relief will be TRIPLED.
The ICA is offering FREE museum admission for all on Memorial Day, Monday, May 30. Advanced timed tickets are required and will be available to reserve beginning on Sunday, May 29 at 10 AM. Admission to the Watershed in East Boston is FREE!
Join us in person for a close look at the special exhibition White Shadows, with curator Lynette Roth.
Presented by Panopticon Gallery at Panopticon Gallery
Join Panopticon Gallery for the opening of our latest exhibition, Film Is Not Dead.
You’ll meet the artists in person. You’ll be the first to see their new works. And you can experience the rewards of buying direct from the makers.
Presented by McMullen Museum of Art, Boston College at Online/Virtual Space
The McMullen Museum will offer free virtual docent tours of Martin Parr: Time and Place from 3:00 to 4:00 pm on March 25, April 8, April 29, and May 20, and June 3, 2022.
Presented by Coolidge Corner Arts Festival at Coolidge Corner Arts Festival
A free juried arts festival featuring 70+ artists, live DJ, food trucks, beer/wine garden, and patio dining in Coolidge Corner. Accessible by MBTA.
Presented by Harvard Museums of Science and Culture and Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology at Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology
Harvard Museums of Science & Culture invites you to a special event at the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology showcasing the work of Latinx teens from its Hear Me Out/Escúchame project.
Presented by Performing Arts Center of MetroWest at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
The Performing Arts Center of MetroWest (PAC) is sponsoring 'Awakenings - Adventures in Music and Dance' on June 3 & 4 at 3 Maple St., Framingham at 8:00pm.
Presented by The Guild of Boston Artists at The Guild of Boston Artists
The 2022 Annual Members Juried Exhibition is an invitation to the Guild of Boston Artists' membership to submit their best work to compete for prestigious awards.
Presented by Boston Sculptors Gallery at Boston Sculptors Gallery
Contemporary clay sculptures celebrate life, family, and the Creator of all things.
Presented by Boston Sculptors Gallery at Boston Sculptors Gallery
Abrams presents small-scale objects that fuse natural form with transportation and infrastructure while Fine's sculpture and paintings are informed by the artist's fascination with real and imagined forms of the moon and the tides.
Join us at the ICA Harbor Market, an artisan takeover brimming with local makers. Shop handmade goods, discover talented artisans and enjoy live, local music!
Make art with us on Saturday afternoons at the ICA in the Bank of America Art Lab.
Presented by Boston Center for the Arts (BCA) at deCordova Sculpture Park & Museum
Allison Maria Rodriguez, long-time friend of the BCA, gives a tour of deCordova.
Presented by The Boston Globe at Emerson Paramount Center Robert J. Orchard Stage
THE BOSTON GLOBE PRESENTS: GLOBE LIVE 2022
Presented by Lexington Arts and Crafts Society at Lexington Arts and Crafts Society
A Celebration of the NE Shoreline & Coastal Way of Life
Presented by Cape Ann Museum at Cape Ann Museum
300 students learned about renowned sculptor Walker Hancock and created own renditions.
Presented by Goethe-Institut Boston at Goethe-Institut Boston
“Autolysis” (self-splitting), by artists Heather Kapplow and Walker Tufts, is named after the first stage of decomposition when a body is buried, and from the Greek roots of that word.
Join us for a hands-on workshop inspired by Arthur Wesley Dow: Nearest to the Divine, led by artist Mieko Murao
The ICA is offering FREE museum admission for all on Juneteenth, Sunday, June 19. Advanced timed tickets are required and will be available to reserve beginning on Saturday, June 18 at 10 AM. Admission to the Watershed in East Boston is FREE
William R. Cross, author of Winslow Homer: American Passage will discuss the life and work of Winslow Homer, including many surprising new findings
Presented by Larcom Theatre at Larcom Theatre
Lyn Dillies delivers a dazzling display of spectacular magic for audiences of all ages.
Presented by West Medford Open Studios at Dugger Park
Outdoor festival of the arts.
Loading Dock Gallery invites you to enter the garden. Surround yourself with flowers this June at Full Bloom IV.
Shea Justice’s solo exhibition “History is No Mystery” explores U.S. laws and customs and traces their impact on African Americans from their inception to this day.
Presented by Artists-at-Large, Inc at Boston Public Library, Hyde Park
An exploration of acceptance of ones own skin tone.
Presented by The Copley Society of Art, Co|So at Copley Society of Art
A juried show featuring artwork from members of the Copley Society.
In time for spring, the Cape Ann Museum will proudly host an exhibit of the vibrant, large scale works of Judi Rotenberg.
Hope springs eternal in Resa Blatman’s new exhibition at Childs Gallery, Pure Love: Stardust, Clouds, and Dandelions.
Presented by Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA) at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Learn about the legacies of ancient cultures and understand their relevance today.
Presented by Beacon Gallery at Beacon Gallery
Beacon Gallery presents A Delicate Balance, a group show featuring artists Domenic Esposito, Nicci Sevier-Vuyk and Sharon Whitham, which runs June 3 - July 17, 2022.
Join us in person for a close look at the special exhibition White Shadows, with curator Lynette Roth and curatorial assistant Bridget Hinz
The artists assembled in this exhibition mine the past, using American history and the history of art of the western world to explore issues of gender, identity, memory, race, and truth
Comprising paintings, prints, drawings, photographs, and sculptures drawn from the Addison’s acclaimed collection of 19th-century American art, this exhibition offers critical insight into this transformative and contradictory century
Towns, farms, waterways, and woods—discover how Rembrandt, Van Goyen, Van Ruisdael, and more approached these subjects as meditations on humankind’s relationship with the environment.
Art from the MFA’s collection—new and old—in dialogue for the first time
On view November 20, 2021 - May 22, 2022.
In addition to displaying painted scrolls that pictorialize Buddhist teaching and methods for tantric visualization, the installation includes a group of objects that exemplify the centrality of ritual for both mundane and soteriological gains.
See a series of banners that function as blueprints to imagine new futures, both local and global, that celebrate and protect Black life.
Presented by McMullen Museum of Art, Boston College at McMullen Museum of Art, Boston College
Beginning February 13, the McMullen Museum will offer free docent tours of Martin Parr: Time and Place every Sunday from 2:00 to 3:00 pm. Meet in the Museum Atrium.
The McMullen Museum opens to the public on Monday, January 31 with Martin Parr: Time and Place, curated by Professor Karl Baden in collaboration with Boston College Irish Studies, Art, Art History, and English faculty.
Presented by Arlington Center for the Arts at Arlington Center for the Arts
The Arlington Center for the Arts is pleased to present its newest exhibition, Integrated Cycles: Artists Respond to Our Changing Earth, curated by Emily Belz.
features nearly 100 photographs from a newly examined archive that reveal the American icon’s Modernist approach to the medium. Complementing the photographs are paintings and drawings to represent the full scope of her career.
The ICA is committed to sharing artists’ perspectives on the world. These two photographs are in the museum’s permanent collection and were made in Ukraine by photographers Boris Mikhailov and Rineke Dijkstra.
Presented by Strattman Design at Sandwich Glass Museum
An interactive exhibition of art and science by artist Wayne Strattman, featuring kinetic glass sculptures filled with electrified inert gases, displaying the mesmerizing effects of plasma light.
Curatorial A(i)gents presents a series of machine-learning-based experiments with museum collections and data developed by members and affiliates of metaLAB (at) Harvard, a creative research group working in the networked arts and humanities.
Presented by The Hadassah-Brandeis Institute, Brandeis University at Kniznick Gallery at the Women's Studies Research Center, Brandeis University
Through video, photography, and installation, Israeli artist Tamar Nissim explores the experiences of women in mid-twentieth-century Israel.
A radical artist confronts changing times.
For more than 50 years, Napoleon Jones-Henderson has created works that strive to highlight, celebrate, and empower the communities where he lives.
De Nieves’s visual language draws from Mexican craft traditions, religious iconography, and mythology to explore the transformational possibilities of adornment and the mutability of identity. This is his first museum presentation in Boston.
Presented by Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (MFA) at Madison Park High School
Local artists-in-residence cultivate hip-hop culture through street art
Featuring more than 300 works drawn from the MFA’s Leonard A. Lauder Postcard Archive, this exhibition takes an in-depth look at real photo postcards and the stories they tell about the US in the early 20th century.
Discover innovative prints from the Brandywine Workshop and Archives, a nonprofit cultural institution celebrated for its collaborative and inventive approach.
Explore how the innovative camera-less photography of German artist Anneliese Hager (1904–1997) relates to science and poetry, in this first exhibition to focus on the role of women makers in the history of the photogram. Free on Sundays!
presents paintings, prints, drawings, and photographs that reveal the Ipswich-born artist's radically anti-academic, mystical approach to artmaking.
Join Graduate Student Lecturer Kevin Salazar for a walkthrough of ICA exhibition, A Place for Me: Figurative Painting Now.
Featuring displays of typical objects, tools, and materials from our career-training programs, this year’s exhibition is a behind-the-scenes look at the craft and care of making.
Presented by Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston at ICA Watershed
This exhibition highlights how artists have derived inspiration from industry, labor, and the poetic and political power of found goods.
A Place for Me celebrates a new generation of artists at the vanguard of contemporary painting.
Collaborating since 2011, Bárbara Wagner and Benjamin de Burca create works in video, photography, and installation that explore contemporary histories of underground dance and musical genres.
Begin in our Calderwood Courtyard before venturing into the galleries to enjoy three levels of art, spanning ancient to modern times.
For the ICA’s Sandra and Gerald Fineberg Art Wall, LeWitt will conceive of a monumental hanging wall sculpture made of colorful bands of coated mesh fabric whose shifting linear composition creates a number of interlocking circular forms.
The installation on PEM's campus is the 27th international Blue Trees installation by Dimopoulos and the first one in the Greater Boston area.
This exhibition highlights artistic innovation and creativity in Africa as seen primarily through the traditions of ceramic arts from across the continent and over its long history.
Stretching across 25,000 acres of vast salt marsh, barrier beaches, and tidal rivers on Massachusetts’ North Shore is the Great Marsh, a natural wonder that has captivated many artists over the years.
Presented by Harvard Museums of Science and Culture and Harvard Museum of Natural History at Harvard Museum of Natural History
Explore the legacy of Henry David Thoreau’s preserved plant samples in this multisensory exhibition fusing art and science, which examines the loss of ecological diversity caused by climate change.
Together, the works in this exhibition celebrate the emancipatory potential of artistic imagination and invite other ways to see, create, and belong in the worlds we make.
On This Ground: Being and Belonging in America explores how art can help us understand what it means to belong to family, community, and this place we now call America.
at Peabody Essex Museum
In the sound work If I With You Would Go, artist Susan Philipsz sings eight different versions of the traditional ballad “James Harris,” also called “The Daemon Lover.” It tells the story of a married woman seduced by a long-lost lover, who is secret
Award-winning nature photographer Stephen Gorman and beloved New Yorker artist Edward Koren respond to the consequences of destabilizing our natural environment and speak to their alarm about the global climate crisis.
PEM’s Maritime art collection, which is the finest in the country, frames the sea as an enduring source of opportunity as well as peril, a force that inspires creativity and innovation, and encourages engagement with the wider world.
Focused primarily on the 19th century, Peabody Essex Museum's South Asian Art gallery considers India's long and complex history of foreign occupation, and its troubling impact on the representation of Indian people in art.
Powerful Figures features sculptures from disparate cultures around the world and across time that embody the dual concepts of power, as both a fundamental social dynamic and part of our innate wiring to respond to figures and faces.
This exhibition highlights local and regional climate issues and opportunities.
Presented by Rose Art Museum at Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University
PEM’s Asian Export Art collection, foremost in the world, explores cross-cultural exchange and celebrates the interplay of commerce and creative expression. The gallery features more than 200 works of art made in China, Japan and South Asia.
Japanomania! takes visitors on a journey through time — from the arrival of Portuguese merchants through Japan’s emergence on the world stage in the late 19th century and beyond. Throughout, the story is punctuated with stunning works of art.
In this pendant-making class, participants will develop fabrication skills including soldering techniques, drilling, sawing/piercing, filing, making jump rings, satin finishing, and setting a stone.
Presented by SheridanWorks at Online/Virtual Space
Learn the fundamentals of documentary storytelling, shooting techniques, visual aesthetics, sound, interviewing and editing with Adobe Premiere Pro.
Research, develop and produce engaging documentary stories
Presented by The School of Painting, Inc at The School of Painting
Come get creative in our painting lessons for all skill levels!
The one week Choral Intensive is open to youth ages 7-14 and will run from June 27 to July 1 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 12:00 p.m.
A 10 week course in ceramics to develop imagery, find your style, create gorgeous color palettes, and make your own personal ceramic ware.
Training in camera and sound production
Presented by The Center for Arts in Natick at The Center for Arts in Natick
Plant a seed and watch it grow...sing, move, act, create! Join Pocket Full of Tales at TCAN for this fun Summer workshop.
Presented by Brookline Music School at Brookline Music School
The eight day Audition Bootcamp is open to youth ages 12-18 and will run from July 13-15 and July 18-22 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Plant a seed and watch it grow…sing, move, act, create! Join Pocket Full of Tales at TCAN for this fun Summer workshop.
The one week Bollywood Camp is open to youth ages 12-18 and will run from July 25 to July 29 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 12 p.m.
Presented by Boston Children's Chorus at Boston Children's Chorus
Boston Children's Chorus (BCC) is delighted to bring back our summer program, BCC Summer!
Learn the principles and techniques of video editing – the backbone of filmmaking.
Get the support, mentoring and comradery you need to move your filmmaking project to the next stage of production.
Presented by Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston at Online/Virtual Space
After-school 25-week virtual program for middle school youth (grades 6–8).
Presented by Women Who Submit at Online/Virtual Space
WWS seeks to empower women and nonbinary writers by creating physical and virtual spaces for sharing information, supporting and encouraging submissions to literary journals, and clarifying the submission and publication process.
Presented by The Spire Center for Performing Arts at Spire Center for the Performing Arts
Stand-up Comedy Night
Stand-up Comedy’s Funniest and Brightest from Comedy Central and Late-Night TV
Presented by ImprovBoston at The Rockwell
The ImprovBoston Ensemble Live! At The Rockwell Theater
Presented by Starvox Entertainment at Emerson Cutler Majestic Theatre
Critically acclaimed comedic rendition of all seven Harry Potter books in 70 hilarious minutes, seen by over a million muggles.
Presented by The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts at The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts
America’s premier comedian, Jerry Seinfeld, comes Worcester to perform his signature stand-up routine.
THE MISERY LOVES COMPANY TOUR
Armed with nothing but their sharp wit, comedians Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood take to the live stage to create hilarious and original scenes in their two-man show.
Presented by Museum of Science, Boston at Museum of Science, Boston
Take your seat, slip on a blindfold, and experience an all-new edition of the hit show!
Presented by Jamaica Plain Historical Society at Loring Greenough House
Developed as a suburb by General William Hyslop Sumner in the mid-nineteenth century, this National Historic District includes one of the finest collections of Victorian houses in the area.
Presented by Massachusetts Historical Society at Online/Virtual Space
Presented by Arlington Community Education at Arlington High School
Hear from internationally-recognized Pop Artist, designer, and author Howie Green on May 24 at Arlington High School.
Presented by Literations at 90FS Rooftop
Lighting the Spark is a night for members of the Literations community to come together and celebrate student success, as well as hear inspiring stories from champions in the field.
Presented by Jamaica Plain Historical Society at Brendan Beehan Pub
Learn about 1840s Hyde Square when German and Irish immigrants transformed the neighborhood with their businesses, schools, and institutions. Then, in the early 1960s, Hyde Square changed again when Latinx immigrants arrived.
Presented by Authentic Caribbean Foundation at Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center
June is National Caribbean American Heritage Month!
Presented by Massachusetts Historical Society at Massachusetts Historical Society
Presented by Jamaica Plain Historical Society at Southern JP Health Center
Laid out in 1836, the street played a key role in Jamaica Plain’s development, functioning as a residential, commercial, and transportation conduit in the lives of the district’s residents.
Presented by Black Market Nubian at Black Market
BUY THE BLOCK PARTY 2! Featuring Hip-Hop Legend KRS-ONE
Presented by Jamaica Plain Historical Society at Jackson Square T Stop
The Southwest Corridor Park was the result of protests about the creation of an 8 lane highway running through Boston’s southwestern neighborhoods.
Presented by Boston Dragon Boat Festival, Inc. at Weeks Footbridge
Boston Hong Kong Dragon Boat is the largest Asian cultural festival in New England.
Presented by Skip the Small Talk at Aeronaut Brewing Company
We help people get closer, faster.
Presented by Jamaica Plain Historical Society at Bethel AME Church, Jamaica Plain
This part of Jamaica Plain developed from 19th-century summer estates into a model suburban enclave. It contains examples representative of New England architecture with designs by local architects and builders.
Presented by Jamaica Plain Historical Society at Jamaica Pond Bandstand
Join the Jamaica Plain Historical Society to walk around the Jamaica Pond. Once a district that only included the houses of Boston’s elite, the Pond later was put to industrial use as tons of ice were harvested there each winter.
Presented by Boston Harborfest at Downtown Crossing
Boston Harborfest is a proud summer tradition celebrating Boston’s maritime and revolutionary history.
Presented by Jamaica Plain Historical Society at Stony Brook T Stop
Come along with the JP Historical Society to explore a fascinating industrial area at the geographic heart of Boston that includes 19th-century tannery and brewery buildings, the homes of early German settlers, and today’s Boston Beer Company
Presented by Roxbury Unity Parade at Malcolm X Boulevard
The Roxbury Unity Parade recognizes and celebrates Roxbury and Black culture, contributions, and excellence.
Presented by Gore Place at Gore Place
On this guided tour of the 1806 Gore mansion, you'll marvel at the graceful curve of the Great Stairs, the lovely Oval Withdrawing Room, Office, the Peacock Parlor, and the Great Hall.
Presented by Authentic Caribbean Foundation Inc. at Roxbury Community College Solar Parking Lot
Showcasing our Caribbean products, renowned rums and Caribbean cocktails, Caribbean Destinations and featured arts and crafts, entertainment and more.
Presented by The Arnold Arboretum, Castle of our Skins, and Daniel Callahan at Arnold Arboretum
Communities of Color Unite to Celebrate Nature and Arts with MassQ Ball
Tour a residential area that includes a National Historic District. View architecture that spans 3 centuries the oldest community theater company in the US & an elegant 18th-century mansion that once served as the country’s 1st military hospital.
Presented by Historic New England at Eustis Estate
Historic New England explores an art form that was once banned in Boston, but today is seen as a creative mode of self-expression. "Loud, Naked & in Three Colors: the History of Tattooing in Boston" open June 10 at the Eustis Estate.
Presented by Revels at Online/Virtual Space
Join us May 26th on Facebook Live for "A Celebration of Spring", Revels' 21st annual collaboration with the talented students at Perkins School for the Blind!
Presented by Suffolk University Theatre Department and Ford Hall Forum at Suffolk University at The Modern Theatre at Suffolk University
Punctuate 4, Ford Hall Forum at Suffolk University, and the Suffolk University Theatre Department present An Intriguing Conversation with Karen Brooks Hopkins, President Emerita, Brooklyn Academic of Music.
Presented by Move & Groove Watertown at Move & Groove Watertown
Ahoy mateys! Get your eye patch ready and your shiny tails sparkling!
Presented by Harvard Museums of Science and Culture at Harvard Museum of Natural History
Summer solstice at the Harvard Museums of Science and Culture is back in person! Visit all four museums free of charge and enjoy activities, food, and music at this special event fit for all ages.
Presented by Entertainment Events Inc. at Boston City Hall
If you are a person who enjoys touring as the locals do, the Whrzat app is a concept just for you! Where you can find the best activities to do near around you and enjoy with your family.
Presented by Harvard Museums of Science and Culture at Online/Virtual Space
This free online exhibit explores the fascinating and complex history of cochineal, a vibrant red pigment originating in the Americas, and its link to global trade relationships and power dynamics.
Presented by Puppet Showplace Theater at Puppet Showplace Theater
In Deborah Costine's award-winning adaptation of the classic fairy tale, Cinderella is a woodland fairy who lives with her bossy stepmother and cranky stepsister in an enormous old oak tree.
Get ready for another hair-raising adventure when Poppy, Branch and their friends come to life on-stage in Trolls LIVE!, their first ever live tour!
Centaurs, merfolk, and unicorns, oh my! Journey through Harvard's museums on a quest to discover the real creatures who inspired fantastical myths and captivating legends.
Presented by Revels at The Burren
Brian O'Donovan presents A Revels Spring Pub Sing with song leaders extraordinaire David Coffin and Elijah Botkin, Wednesday, May 18th, in the backroom of The Burren!
Presented by Tufts University Department of Music at Distler Performance Hall
Castle of our Skins is honored to team up with award-winning researcher, internationally recognized concert pianist, and renowned public speaker Dr. Samantha Ege for this special lecture-performance.
Presented by Emmanuel Music at Emmanuel Church in the City of Boston
Decoding Scripture, Meaning, and Translation in Bach, a conversation with Rev. Pamela Werntz and Pamela Dellal
Live Music; Song Circle
Presented by Dave Bryant Music at Harvard-Epworth United Methodist Church
Third Thursdays the monthly harmolodic jazz series continues with host keyboardist/composer Dave Bryant, and Jerome Deupree (drums), Russ Gershon (sax/flute), J. Johnson (guitar), Rick McLaughlin (bass), Bryan Murphy (trumpet),.Yahuba (percussion).
Presented by Phoenix Orchestra at Artists for Humanity EpiCenter
Join us as Phoenix PRIME returns for drinks, music, and a big Phoenix first as we tackle the music of Gustav Mahler, who is known for his epic symphonic journeys.
Presented by Bees Deluxe at City Winery Boston
Steve Nieve (keyboard player of Elvis Costello and the Attractions) comes to Boston.
Presented by The Mad Monkfish at The Mad Monkfish
Live jazz with dinner at The Mad Monkfish in Central Sq!
Presented by Concord Conservatory of Music at Concord Conservatory of Music
Join for an evening of jazz inspired by classical music.
Presented by Old Sloop Presents at Old Sloop Presents
The Old Sloop presents a concert May 20 featuring mesmerizing Welsh performer Martyn Joseph with award-winning singer-songwriter Antje Duvekot opening the show.
Presented by The Creative Music Series at The Lilypad
The band you'll hear brings together 6 of the Boston area's strongest, freest, and most distinct musicians in a highly unified group sound which aims to uplift the band and listeners together. Jazz, Improvisation, Traditional and Modern
Presented by Philharmonic Society of Arlington at First Parish Unitarian Universalist Arlington
The Arlington-Belmont Chamber Chorus will perform 'Music for a Spring Evening' The Bard Sings: Choral Settings of the words of William Shakespeare
Presented by Jewish Arts Collaborative at Online/Virtual Space
Join JArts for a lively conversation and music with Israeli-born, Boston-based guitarist Roy Ben Bashat.
Presented by Rockport Music at Shalin Liu Performance Center
Presented by Norwood Theatre at Norwood Theatre
Take a journey back in time to the life and music of "The Man in Black" performed by Cash Unchained. The band has been national sought after while touring all over US bringing the sights and sounds of the legendary Johnny Cash.
Presented by Radius Ensemble and Longy School of Music of Bard College at Pickman Concert Hall, Longy School of Music (Bard College)
2020 and 2021 saw BOUNDARIES of all types—personal and geopolitical, as well as intellectual and aesthetic—drastically rearranged. Some were torn down while others were reinforced and hardened.
Presented by Waban Improvement Society at The Second Church in Newton
International star Helen Sung in a two hour concert free to the public
Presented by Larcom Performing Arts Theatre at Larcom Theatre
Only Officially Endorsed Aerosmith Tribute Show in the World
Presented by Mandorla Music at Peabody Hall at All Saints Church
An evening of Brazilian choro music
Presented by Community of Jesus at Church of the Transfiguration, Orleans MA
Join us for a concert performed by Clara Gerdes at the Church of the Transfiguration.
Presented by Vermont Jazz Center at Vermont Jazz Center
Eugene Uman (piano,composition), Michael Zsoldos (sax), Jeff Galindo (trombone), Stomu Takeishi (bass) and Satoshi Takeishi (drums).
Presented by Convivium Musicum at Trinity Lutheran Church, Worcester
Convivium presents a concert of both famous exemplars of the “ars perfecta” -- Josquin and Palestrina chief among them -- alongside others whose efforts sometimes seem to lie outside the mainstream.
Presented by The Spectrum Singers at First Church in Cambridge
Spectrum Singers present Haydn's Mass in B-flat major, "harmoniemesse," and Stravinsky's Mass.
Open Bach Cantata Rehearsal, BWV 37 with Ryan Turner conducting
Presented by Boston Children's Chorus at Strand Theatre
Boston Children's Chorus (BCC) presents Future Generations at the Strand Theatre on May 22, 2022.
Presented by EulipiaJazz at Arlington Center for the Arts
Muse Stew will perform original compositions and arrangements of tunes we've worked on during the pandemic.
Sunday service at Emmanuel Church, with Bach Cantata BWV 37, Ryan Turner conducting
Showcase Concert - An Evening of Bach Arias and BWV 99, featuring Bach Institute Fellows
Presented by The Boston Synagogue at The Boston Synagogue
Join us for an Afternoon of music ranging from folk, musical theatre to Jewish & Israeli including Rami Kleinstein hits! Featuring Ari Sussman on Banjo & Piano
Presented by Coro Allegro at Old South Church in Boston
Boston's LGTBQ+ and allied chorus presents a powerful world premiere and advocacy project based on open letters to a transgender child and a survivor of conversion therapy.
Presented by Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra at Plymouth Memorial Hall
Bring your shades and dancing shoes for a Spring Pops finale bursting with Grammy winning music and a whole lot of energy! The
Presented by Chameleon Arts Ensemble of Boston at First Church in Boston
Truly, madly, deeply… Love, passion, and opulence frame Chameleon Arts Ensemble’s 24th season finale with works by Messiaen, Loeffler, Liszt, and Stucky alongside César Frank’s extravagant Piano Quintet.
Presented by Concord Orchestra at The Performing Arts Center at 51 Walden
The orchestra, directed by Jeffrey Rink, performs Jan Swafford’s Adirondack Interlude, Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto in D Major, Charles Griffes’ The Pleasure Dome of Kubla Khan, and Aaron Copland’s Billy the Kid Suite
Presented by Methuen Memorial Music Hall at Methuen Memorial Music Hall
Michael Barone emcees a concert featuring six young organists from Greater Boston/Southern New Hampshire/Southern Maine at the Methuen Memorial Music Hall.
Presented by Jewish Arts Collaborative at Back Room at The Boston Synagogue
On break from the year-long national tour of the Broadway hit "The Band's Visit", musician Yoni Battat performs a new album in concert.
Presented by Fugitive Productions at Sanctuary
Accompanied by some of the most creative figures on the Boston scene, Isabel Stover draws the emotive thread between timeless Jazz standards, Brazilian, folk and pop with fresh, new arrangements.
Presented by MTP Events at Trend Lowell
A daytime event, filled with Brunch eats, adult sized games, cocktails, with a indoor/outdoor Vibe.
Presented by Vangarde Symphony Orchestra at Church of the Covenant
Cellist-composer Sebastian Baverstam wrote his own concerto to showcase himself as a virtuoso cellist. The work was once dubbed by “Superman Concerto” (after Nietzsche) as if it could only be played with the ability that surpasses human limits.
Live Music from Tyler Morris
Donna Byrne is a jazz singer at the top of her game. With sultry good looks and a quick wit, Donna is not only a masterful singer, but also a true entertainer.
Music of Bette Midler, Barbra Streisand, Dolly Parton, Tina Turner & more!
Presented by Skylark at The Lawrence School, Memorial Auditorium
A musical tribute to America's fallen heroes.
STOMP is explosive, inventive, provocative, witty, and utterly unique—an unforgettable experience for audiences of all ages.
Presented by Global Jazz Club at @CROMA Venue of the Arlington Street Church
Join us for an exceptional musical performance featuring wildly talented female jazz players!
Angela Kraft Cross plays works by Cross, Franck, Langlais, Saint-Saëns, Widor and Duruflé on the Great Organ at Methuen Memorial Music Hall.
A concert by Moody Street String Band (fiddle, banjo, guitars, bass, mandolin, and accordion)
"If other bands are putting out the equivalent of late-night cable-tv shows, Enter The Haggis is making IMAX films." -Asheville Mountain Xpress
Live Music & Live stream tickets available!
Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band, featuring Steve Lukather (Toto), Colin Hay (Men At Work), Edgar Winter, Hamish Stuart (Average White Band), Gregg Bissonette (David Lee Roth Band, ELO) and Warren Ham come to The Hanover Theatre.
Presented by Skylark at Corpus Christi Parish
Join Skylark for an encore performance of Rachmaninoff's transcendent All-Night Vigil.
Presented by Regent Theatre at Regent Theatre
Together at last...
Ignites a full-scale roadhouse rhythm and blues party every time she takes the stage
Live Music from Enter The Haggis
Presented by Skylark at Belleville Congregational Church
Grammy® Award-winning band, America takes to the road with a new national tour. More than fifty years later, these friends are still making music together, touring the world and thrilling audiences with their timeless sound.
"The Jimi Hendrix of the violin" - The New York Times
Presented by Chameleon Arts Ensemble of Boston at Boston Public Library, Hyde Park
Join Chameleon Arts Ensemble for a colorful, creative morning of classical music exploring the intersection of imagination and the world around us. Afterward kids can drum with the Chameleons and try out their instruments.
Presented by Convivium Musicum and The Boston Cecilia at First Church in Cambridge
The Boston Cecilia joins forces with Convivium Musicum (Latin for "musical banquet") in a wide-ranging program of ancient and modern a cappella music for forces large and small.
Widely known for her distinctive musical voice and inventive interpretations of Bach, pianist Simone Dinnerstein makes her Emmanuel Music debut in a captivating Bach program.
Presented by Skylark at St. Paul Church, Cambridge
Presented by Berklee College of Music at The Red Room @ Cafe 939
Jordana will be performing in The Red Room @ Cafe 939 with supporting act Harry Teardrop.
Presented by The Lilypad at The Lilypad
Jazz played with abandon!
Presented by Convivium Musicum at Christ Church Andover
Presented by Eliot School of Fine and Applied Arts at Eliot School of Fine and Applied Arts
Violin and keyboard contemporary improvisation and composition.
Presented by Rockin' 4 Vets at Kowloon
Boston rock legend and Grammy nominee Jon Butcher brings his AXIS show to Kowloon kicking off the 2022 Home Grown Rock Benefit Concert Series featuring The Willie J. Laws Band (Last Prophet of the Funky Texas Blues).
Presented by Guerilla Opera at The Nichols House Museum
Boston’s Guerilla Opera and the Nichols House Museum co-present I Give You My Home, a world premiere site-specific chamber opera inspired by the life of Rose Standish Nichols.
Presented by The Hanover Theatre at The Hanover Theatre and Conservatory for the Performing Arts
It's a bird, it's a tractor…it's BLIPPI THE MUSICAL!
Worcester organist Wesley Hall, known as "Westpiper" on TikTok, presents a program including works by by Böhm, Buxtehude, Bach, Britten, Dupré, Messiaen, de Grigny and Tournemire at the Methuen Memorial Music Hall.
Presented by Global Arts Live at Crystal Ballroom at Somerville Theatre
“The son of the late Malian guitarist Ali Farka Touré inherited his dad’s dazzlingly fluid phrasing but clearly also digs the fiery African blues rock of bands like Tinariwen.”—Rolling Stone
Presented by The Red Room @ Cafe 939 at The Red Room @ Cafe 939
Ruthie Collins wears her heart on her sleeve and pretty much always has a sparkle in her eyes.
Live music from The Slambovian Circus of Dreams
"acappella that rocks..." - The Improper Bostonian "fluid, crowd pleasing vocal bravura..." - Boston Herald "stalwarts of the local rock scene...bravo!" - Boston Globe
Presented by The Umbrella Arts Center at The Umbrella Arts Center
Concert to benefit The Umbrella Arts Center by Boston-bred chart-toppers, Lake Street Dive, in the Center's intimate, newly constructed Main Stage theater
Presented by Long & Away at Shirley Meetinghouse
Rockport Chamber Music Festival
Live music from Seth Walker
“The Garcia Project was on point with the whole experience and it didn’t seem like a cover band more like a mirrored band…they are just as real as the Jerry Garcia Band. “ – Buffalo FM Review
Presented by Back Bay Ringers at Melrose Highlands Congregational Church
Join the Back Bay Ringers handbell ensemble for a joyful celebration of music and dance.
Presented by Long & Away at Church of the Advent, Boston
This band plays tribute to one of the foremost songwriters of the twentieth century, Billy Joel, who's music is beloved around the world.
Experimental Music/Free Improv Jazz/New Music
Presented by Back Bay Ringers at Old South Church in Boston
Singer-songwriter Niu Raza blends her Madagascar heritage and her unique take on modern soul.
Presented by Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra of Boston at War Memorial Auditorium Newton City Hall
Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra and Kevin Rhodes, conductor, presentf Errolynn Wallen's Photography, Haydn Symphony No. 49, and the Mozart Violin Concerto No.5 with newly appointed concertmaster Julia Cash as soloist.
Live music from PURE PRAIRIE LEAGUE
Fiddler Laurel Martin, guitarist Jim Prendergast, and multi-instrumentalist Mark Roberts return to Gore Place
British organist James Kealey, a doctoral candidate at Eastman School of Music, is featured in Methuen Memorial Music Hall's fourth concert of the Summer Series.
As crisp and clean as spring water and as comfortable as a well-worn cowboy shirt, Pure Prairie League still brings it all back home.
Live music from Lori Diamond and Fred Abatelli
Brothers Tony and Pete Levin are bringing the Levin Brothers back to TCAN, along with their long-time drummer (Levin Brother from another mother) Jeff "Siege" Siege.
Swing Jazz Band with Live 18-Piece Orchestra
Presented by New England Philharmonic at All Saints Parish Brookline
As the NEP returns to the spotlight of the stage, we celebrate the instruments that make up the NEP, bringing our members into the spotlight! We are joined by Music Director finalist Yoichi Udagawa to conduct this concert.
Arthur Moon is the moniker of Lora-Faye Åshuvud, a multi-instrumentalist from New York.
Spin Magazine called them “the most powerful all-female band in rock history.”
Live Music; Bands pay Tribute to the Beatles!
Presented by Saint Paul's Parish of Malden at Saint Paul's Parish of Malden
Internationally-recognized drummer, percussionist and composer George Lernis will celebrate the release of his new album “Between Two Worlds.”
Dis N Dat Band takes reggae to a new level, with Grammy-nominated Black Uhuru drummer 'Rangotan and steel pan champion Sista D.
Join the Roomful of Blues as they come to Kowloon, in Saugus, MA on Sun June 19, to perform on our spacious outdoor stage. 5-time Grammy nominee Roomful of Blues make their triumphant return to Boston's North shore for ONE SHOW ONLY!
Presented by Global Arts Live at Berklee Performance Center
The High Strung Strummers is a high-energy duo, specializing in the old-time dance music of Appalachia and Anglo-American ballads.
Internationally-acclaimed guitar virtuoso Trace Bundy must be seen, not just heard. His music is poetry in motion, using harmonics, looping, multiple capos, and his unique banter and stage presence to deliver an unforgettable live concert experience.
Presented by Aston Magna Music Festival at Slosberg Music Center at Brandeis University
On June 23rd at 7 p.m. at the Slosberg Music Center, Aston Magna presents a double bill of Scarlatti’s “Humanity and Lucifer” and Stravinsky’s “The Soldier's Tale.”
Daniel Nunnelee is an alternative folk artist based out of Nashville, TN.
An undisputed expert in the fine art of making hit music, Jim Messina’s legacy of musical genius spans five decades, three super groups, a vibrant solo career and scores of producing and engineering credits.
Live music from THE SEA THE SEA
Live music from Duke Robillard
Presented by Aston Magna Music Festival at Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center
On June 24th at 7 p.m. at Hudson Hall, Aston Magna presents a double bill of Scarlatti’s “Humanity and Lucifer” and Stravinsky’s “The Soldier's Tale.”
TCAN presents CARBON LEAF live and in concert, outdoors at Lookout Farm in South Natick, MA.
Globally-inspired jazz from long-time musical friends Lihi Haruvi (sax), Keala Kaumeheiwa (bass), Brian Friedland (keyboard) and Jorge Perez-Albela (drums).
Join Entrain as they come to Kowloon, in Saugus, MA on Sun June 26, to perform on the spacious outdoor stage.
Presented by Boston Gay Men's Chorus at Symphony Hall
Disney's beloved songs reimagined by the Boston Gay Men's Chorus in a celebration of life, love, family and pride.
This in-person introduction to the colorful world of musical instruments is a fun, engaging way to learn about instruments such as cello, clarinet, drums, flute, french horn, percussion, piano, saxophone, trombone, trumpet, violin, and more.
Presented by SoHIP: Society for Historically Informed Performance at St. Anne in the Field
Memento Mori offers works by Dowland, Danyel, Campion, Coprario, and other luminaries of the English Renaissance in a mournful reverie realized by the voice, the lute, and the viol.
Acclaimed classical guitarist John Muratore to perform at Gore Place, the historic site in Waltham and Watertown, Massachusetts.
Presented by SoHIP: Society for Historically Informed Performance at The Chapel at West Parish
Live music from Lydia Luce
On June 30th at 7 p.m. at the Slosberg Music Center, Aston Magna presents “The Chamber Music of Robert and Clara Schumann.”
Presented by SoHIP: Society for Historically Informed Performance at Emmanuel Church in the City of Boston
Presented by Aston Magna Music Festival at Saint James Place
On July 2nd at 7 p.m. at Saint James Place, Aston Magna presents “The Chamber Music of Robert and Clara Schumann.”
Join us on an exciting adventure, meeting animals and instruments along the way!
Introduction to Music Moves for Piano teaches student musicians to hear what they play, and play what they hear, in engaging, creative and fun classes.
Explore a variety of percussion instruments with a dose of fun!
Music & More is a summer favorite! Each 2-week morning session focuses on a theme and explores music, arts & crafts, and movement games.
Arcadia Viols presents a thought-provoking tour of English, German and contemporary American music for viol consort and lute.
Cellists Sarah Freiberg and Colleen McGary-Smith perform at Gore Place in July.
On July 7th at 7 p.m. at the Slosberg Music Center, Aston Magna presents The Chamber Music of J.S. Bach, including excerpts from “The Musical Offering.”
On July 9th at 7 p.m at Saint James Place. at the Slosberg Music Center, Aston Magna presents The Chamber Music of J.S. Bach, including excerpts from “The Musical Offering.”
“It’s great to hear Gary sing and play the blues with his trademark intensity, feel and authenticity. And the guitar tones…both vintage and modern at the same time.” - Joe Satriani
Boston singer-songwriter Ava Sophia's R&B groove is neo-soul inspired by India.Arie and Alicia Keys.
Presented by ZUMIX at ZUMIX Firehouse
The money raised through Walk for Music makes it possible for ZUMIX to provide high-quality private lessons and group programs to more than 1,000 young people each year.
Presented by Zeiterion Performing Arts Center at New Bedford Whaling National Historical Park
The Zeiterion Performing Arts Center is pleased to present the 25th New Bedford Folk Festival with a special line-up in honor of its silver anniversary on Saturday July 9 and Sunday July 10, 2022. The Zeiterion Performing Arts Center is pleased to pr
In this 4-day intensive, students work with a Brookline Music School faculty member coach to rehearse select repertoire from a classic film and then perform live on stage at the Coolidge Corner Theatre before a screening of the movie.
Presented by Global Arts Live at The Sinclair
The Waltham American Legion Band to perform a concert of American music at Gore Place.
On July 14th at 7 p.m. at the Slosberg Music Center, Aston Magna presents the “All Handel” program, offering “Armida abbandonata” and “Gloria.”
TCAN presents Taylor Dayne at The Verve in Natick, MA.
On July 16th at 7 p.m. at Saint James Place, Aston Magna presents the “All Handel” program, offering “Armida abbandonata” and “Gloria.”
Nadia Washington adds her soulful vocals to Brian Friedland’s jazz keyboard, blending jazz, soul, R&B, and world music.