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  • Integrated Cycles: Artists Respond to Our Changing Earth

    Presented by Arlington Center for the Arts, Arlington Center for the Arts, Arlington

    Arlington Center for the Arts' newest exhibition, Integrated Cycles: Artists Respond to Our Changing Earth, is officially open in our Shaira Ali Gallery! Curator Emily Belz and featured artists Richard

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  • Music to Cure MS 2021

    Presented by Arlington Center for the Arts, Arlington Center for the Arts, Arlington

    This is our 19th annual concert in support of The Accelerated Cure Project for Multiple Sclerosis, a nonprofit dedicated to curing MS by supporting researchers internationally. This year features works by

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Boeing, Boeing

05-22-2022

Presented by Arlington Friends of the Drama at Arlington Friends of the Drama Theatre, Arlington
Upcoming Dates: Fri, May 20 @ 8:00 pm Sat, May 21 @ 8:00 pm Sun, May 22 @ 3:00 pm

Meet Bernard, who madly adores all three (yes 3!) of his fiancées, each of them a gorgeous airline hostess. Because they are of three different nationalities, work for three different airlines, and fly on three different schedules, he has been...

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Meet Bernard, who madly adores all three (yes 3!) of his fiancées, each of them a gorgeous airline hostess. Because they are of three different nationalities, work for three different airlines, and fly on three different schedules, he has been able to juggle their comings and goings so that they never meet.

That is, until Boeing brings in faster jets! Their schedules are about to collide just as Bernard has an unexpected house guest.

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Tags:   Stage Theatre

Arlington-Belmont Chamber Chorus

05-20-2022

Presented by Philharmonic Society of Arlington at First Parish Unitarian Universalist Arlington, Arlington
Upcoming Dates: Fri, May 20 @ 8:00 pm

Barry Singer, Music Director; Amy Lee, accompanist

 Music of Robert Pearsall, Charles Wood, Henry Leslie, John Hatton, Emma Lou Diemer, and George Shearing

Also featuring a reprise performance of our 2022 commissioned work, "Love Unchangèd"...

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Barry Singer, Music Director; Amy Lee, accompanist

 Music of Robert Pearsall, Charles Wood, Henry Leslie, John Hatton, Emma Lou Diemer, and George Shearing

Also featuring a reprise performance of our 2022 commissioned work, "Love Unchangèd" by Tamsin Jones

We hope you will join us for this concert at the First Parish Unitarian-Universalist Church, 630 Massachusetts Ave., Arlington.  This venue is wheelchair accessible.

For in-person attendance, proof of Covid-19 vaccination at the door, and masking indoors at all times will be required.

Admission: FREE (Donations cheerfully accepted)

To attend the concert via live-streaming, please visit our website at www.psarlington.org

The Philharmonic Society of Arlington, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit community organization incorporating The Arlington Philharmonic Orchestra, The Arlington-Belmont Chorale, and The Arlington-Belmont Chamber Chorus.

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Tags:   MusicClassical

Muse Stew

05-22-2022

Presented by EulipiaJazz at Arlington Center for the Arts, Arlington
Upcoming Dates: Sun, May 22 @ 7:00 pm

Muse Stew is excited to be back at the ACA and live in person. Please save the date. We'll be performing original compositions by me, Susanna and Mark along with some of the great tunes we've been playing over the past 2 years. We rehearsed...

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Muse Stew is excited to be back at the ACA and live in person. Please save the date. We'll be performing original compositions by me, Susanna and Mark along with some of the great tunes we've been playing over the past 2 years. We rehearsed virtually most Sundays using a great technology called JamKazam. Now we get to play them for you.

Personnel:

Scott Samenfeld - Bass

Mark Mullins - Trumpet

Susanna Fiore - Piano

Erik Van Dam - Saxes

Karen Gruber - Congas and Percussion

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Tags:   MusicJazz / Blues

An Evening with Pop Artist Howie Green

05-24-2022

Presented by Arlington Community Education at Arlington High School, Arlington
Upcoming Dates: Tue, May 24 @ 7:00 pm

Join internationally-recognized Pop Artist, designer, author—and Arlington Community Education cover artist—for a colorful overview of his career and journey through several decades of creative pursuits that include TV, toys, collectible...

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Join internationally-recognized Pop Artist, designer, author—and Arlington Community Education cover artist—for a colorful overview of his career and journey through several decades of creative pursuits that include TV, toys, collectible figures, publications, Hollywood, web and multimedia, album covers, urban sketching, public art...AND the kitchen sink!

Howie Green has created over 100 murals and public art pieces including Cow Parade Boston, Elephant Parade Bangkok, Thailand, a holiday mural for Boston City Hall, giant golf balls for the PGA Tour in Rochester, NY, and three car designs for Volkswagen Polo Denmark. Find out what inspires Howie’s big, bold, bright artwork and hear about his recent projects including murals at the Webster School in Manchester, NH and the Punto Urban Art Museum in Salem, MA and an illustrated edition of The Invisible Man by HG Wells. See Howie's work at howiegreen.com/gallery

Tickets for this event are $15 and can be purchased at https://arlington.ce.eleyo.com/course/2555/spring-2022/an-evening-with-pop-artist-howie-green.

Boston-based artist Howie Green’s upbeat, colorful artwork reflects the best sides of our nature and celebrates the positive aspects of the world around us. This series of Pop Art food images are made from hand-cut lino block prints. Done during the pandemic shutdown in 2020, the fun of carving and printing each image brought much needed activity and color into an otherwise troubling time period. Howie’s award-winning Pop Art pieces have been featured in over 40 solo and group shows. His work has received over 45 awards and won Absolut Vodka's 25th Anniversary art competition in Boston. See more of Howie’s work at howiegreen.com/gallery.

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Tags:   Culture LecturesArt

Kathy Mattea & Suzy Bogguss

06-03-2022

Presented by Regent Theatre at Regent Theatre, Arlington
Upcoming Dates: Fri, Jun 03 @ 8:00 pm

Friends since their early days in Nashville, they had only found a few opportunities to collaborate musically along the way, most notably with Teach Your Children, their Grammy-nominated track from 1994’s Red, Hot + Country compilation. They...

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Friends since their early days in Nashville, they had only found a few opportunities to collaborate musically along the way, most notably with Teach Your Children, their Grammy-nominated track from 1994’s Red, Hot + Country compilation. They have “threatened” for years, and the fans have clamored for this pairing. Now, the wait is over.

Longtime friends Kathy Mattea and Suzy Bogguss have individually carved out careers in popular music with a multitude of hits spanning over two decades.
Suzy’s Outbound PlaneAces, and Someday Soon are among the many songs beloved by music fans around the world, as are Where’ve You Been?455 Rocket, and Eighteen Wheels and a Dozen Roses from Kathy’s deep well of material.

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Tags:  Music

Boeing, Boeing

05-22-2022

Presented by Arlington Friends of the Drama at Arlington Friends of the Drama Theatre, Arlington
Upcoming Dates: Fri, May 20 @ 8:00 pm Sat, May 21 @ 8:00 pm Sun, May 22 @ 3:00 pm

Meet Bernard, who madly adores all three (yes 3!) of his fiancées, each of them a gorgeous airline hostess. Because they are of three different nationalities, work for three different airlines, and fly on three different schedules, he has been...

[more+]

Meet Bernard, who madly adores all three (yes 3!) of his fiancées, each of them a gorgeous airline hostess. Because they are of three different nationalities, work for three different airlines, and fly on three different schedules, he has been able to juggle their comings and goings so that they never meet.

That is, until Boeing brings in faster jets! Their schedules are about to collide just as Bernard has an unexpected house guest.

[less-]
Tags:   Stage Theatre

Arlington-Belmont Chamber Chorus

05-20-2022

Presented by Philharmonic Society of Arlington at First Parish Unitarian Universalist Arlington, Arlington
Upcoming Dates: Fri, May 20 @ 8:00 pm

Barry Singer, Music Director; Amy Lee, accompanist

 Music of Robert Pearsall, Charles Wood, Henry Leslie, John Hatton, Emma Lou Diemer, and George Shearing

Also featuring a reprise performance of our 2022 commissioned work, "Love Unchangèd"...

[more+]

Barry Singer, Music Director; Amy Lee, accompanist

 Music of Robert Pearsall, Charles Wood, Henry Leslie, John Hatton, Emma Lou Diemer, and George Shearing

Also featuring a reprise performance of our 2022 commissioned work, "Love Unchangèd" by Tamsin Jones

We hope you will join us for this concert at the First Parish Unitarian-Universalist Church, 630 Massachusetts Ave., Arlington.  This venue is wheelchair accessible.

For in-person attendance, proof of Covid-19 vaccination at the door, and masking indoors at all times will be required.

Admission: FREE (Donations cheerfully accepted)

To attend the concert via live-streaming, please visit our website at www.psarlington.org

The Philharmonic Society of Arlington, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit community organization incorporating The Arlington Philharmonic Orchestra, The Arlington-Belmont Chorale, and The Arlington-Belmont Chamber Chorus.

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Tags:   MusicClassical

Muse Stew

05-22-2022

Presented by EulipiaJazz at Arlington Center for the Arts, Arlington
Upcoming Dates: Sun, May 22 @ 7:00 pm

Muse Stew is excited to be back at the ACA and live in person. Please save the date. We'll be performing original compositions by me, Susanna and Mark along with some of the great tunes we've been playing over the past 2 years. We rehearsed...

[more+]

Muse Stew is excited to be back at the ACA and live in person. Please save the date. We'll be performing original compositions by me, Susanna and Mark along with some of the great tunes we've been playing over the past 2 years. We rehearsed virtually most Sundays using a great technology called JamKazam. Now we get to play them for you.

Personnel:

Scott Samenfeld - Bass

Mark Mullins - Trumpet

Susanna Fiore - Piano

Erik Van Dam - Saxes

Karen Gruber - Congas and Percussion

[less-]
Tags:   MusicJazz / Blues

An Evening with Pop Artist Howie Green

05-24-2022

Presented by Arlington Community Education at Arlington High School, Arlington
Upcoming Dates: Tue, May 24 @ 7:00 pm

Join internationally-recognized Pop Artist, designer, author—and Arlington Community Education cover artist—for a colorful overview of his career and journey through several decades of creative pursuits that include TV, toys, collectible...

[more+]

Join internationally-recognized Pop Artist, designer, author—and Arlington Community Education cover artist—for a colorful overview of his career and journey through several decades of creative pursuits that include TV, toys, collectible figures, publications, Hollywood, web and multimedia, album covers, urban sketching, public art...AND the kitchen sink!

Howie Green has created over 100 murals and public art pieces including Cow Parade Boston, Elephant Parade Bangkok, Thailand, a holiday mural for Boston City Hall, giant golf balls for the PGA Tour in Rochester, NY, and three car designs for Volkswagen Polo Denmark. Find out what inspires Howie’s big, bold, bright artwork and hear about his recent projects including murals at the Webster School in Manchester, NH and the Punto Urban Art Museum in Salem, MA and an illustrated edition of The Invisible Man by HG Wells. See Howie's work at howiegreen.com/gallery

Tickets for this event are $15 and can be purchased at https://arlington.ce.eleyo.com/course/2555/spring-2022/an-evening-with-pop-artist-howie-green.

Boston-based artist Howie Green’s upbeat, colorful artwork reflects the best sides of our nature and celebrates the positive aspects of the world around us. This series of Pop Art food images are made from hand-cut lino block prints. Done during the pandemic shutdown in 2020, the fun of carving and printing each image brought much needed activity and color into an otherwise troubling time period. Howie’s award-winning Pop Art pieces have been featured in over 40 solo and group shows. His work has received over 45 awards and won Absolut Vodka's 25th Anniversary art competition in Boston. See more of Howie’s work at howiegreen.com/gallery.

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Tags:   Culture LecturesArt

Kathy Mattea & Suzy Bogguss

06-03-2022

Presented by Regent Theatre at Regent Theatre, Arlington
Upcoming Dates: Fri, Jun 03 @ 8:00 pm

Friends since their early days in Nashville, they had only found a few opportunities to collaborate musically along the way, most notably with Teach Your Children, their Grammy-nominated track from 1994’s Red, Hot + Country compilation. They...

[more+]

Friends since their early days in Nashville, they had only found a few opportunities to collaborate musically along the way, most notably with Teach Your Children, their Grammy-nominated track from 1994’s Red, Hot + Country compilation. They have “threatened” for years, and the fans have clamored for this pairing. Now, the wait is over.

Longtime friends Kathy Mattea and Suzy Bogguss have individually carved out careers in popular music with a multitude of hits spanning over two decades.
Suzy’s Outbound PlaneAces, and Someday Soon are among the many songs beloved by music fans around the world, as are Where’ve You Been?455 Rocket, and Eighteen Wheels and a Dozen Roses from Kathy’s deep well of material.

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Tags:  Music


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