Thursday, May 14, 2009

Weekend Concert Calendar, 5/14/09

I am going to play around with the format of the concert calendar, I think. The one I did a couple of weeks ago ended up being a bit easier to read, even if it had less information, so I'm going to see how a variation on that works. Feedback about how you would like me to format the weekend concert calendar is welcome!

This weekend is very big for me. Anthology is having three concerts (actually, four - we had one yesterday evening as well) and these will be our last concerts until the fall. Vicky, one of our sopranos, is due to have a baby in about a week and a half (and we are crossing our fingers that the munchkin doesn't come too soon!) They are going to be very fun - we decided to do a concert of all fun and funny songs. So there will be Monty Python, dirty Renaissance rounds, numerous songs about food, PDQ Bach, Sesame Street, Broadway (complete with bowler hats), and of course a bit of Disney. ("Poor Unfortunate Souls" from The Little Mermaid, to be precise.) Please come! There is even a world premiere composed by one of us on the text "Don't Bump the Glump" by Shel Silverstein.

Here are the details:
Friday, May 15, 8pm - Shirley Meetinghouse, 41 Brown St, Shirley, MA
Saturday, May 16, 8pm - Center for Arts at the Armory Cafe, 191 Highland Ave, Somerville, MA
Sunday, May 17, 4pm - Central Congregational Church, 85 Seaverns Ave, Jamaica Plain, MA

I hope to see many of you there!

Friday:
Saturday:
Sunday:
Did I forget anything? Leave it in the comments!

4 comments:

  1. My group Sassafrass (Renaissance music and original a capella) is having a concert at Club Passim at 4:30 on Sunday: http://www.clubpassim.org/

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  2. Club Passim! Very chic. Break a leg!

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  3. I like the format: Who, When, and Where narrow down the real possibilities, and it's easy enough to click through to those.
    Thanks.
    And thanks for the book--keeping me up nights!

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  4. Coro Allegro has a concert at 3 tomorrow, although I'm too lazy to look up the details right now.

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