Even with the weekend’s approaching “heat wave” it is still far too cold outside but you’re also itching with cabin fever… so whaddya do? Beat it all with some arts and culture this weekend! (You’ll warm your body and your soul… awwwww!)
The Newton Community Chorus and orchestra under the direction of conductor Richard Travers welcome you to a moving performance of Dvorak’s Stabat Mater. The program features organist Monique Weiss Byrnes and soloists Sol Kim Bentley, Emily Jaworski, Ethan Bremner and Miles Rind.
Family Art Together Sundays- Wearable Art Workshop
New Art Center*
Sunday, January 27 at 1pm | $10
This is a fun, interactive workshop for children and adults to enjoy together. This workshop will inspire you to create a one-of-a-kind costume with a touch of contemporary art! The artist will supply materials, video art, and some novel ideas to help inspire your own wearable art. We’ll conclude with a Fashion Show. Children must be accompanied by an adult. All activities are recommended for children ages 6 and up. Registration is encouraged, drop-ins also welcome.
The New Phil is going to Italy for a colorful, musical adventure through Respighi’s Pines of Rome to hear The Birds! The orchestra musicians show off their fun sides during this interactive, family-friendly performance that features outstanding special guests from the Suzuki School of Newton. Bring the whole family to create a musical memory! Each child will receive a musical goodie bag. Tickets are available in advance at www.newphil.org or at the door.
*Newton Cultural Alliance Member