Happy long weekend! Celebrate being able to get out of your house by experiencing some music – we’ve got a gorgeous a cappella experience in a lovely hall, the New Phil makes its Jordan Hall debut, and a free Suzuki class for young ones!
Have you been to Nordic Hall yet? Check it out and hear a musical journey through the history of female composers of a cappella: chant, motets, and madrigals, featuring Hildegard von Bingen, Vittoria/Rafaella Aleotti, Hilary Tann, Patricia Van Ness, and Dorothy Crawford.
Suzuki Prep Class – Free Trial
Suzuki School of Newton*
at Newton Cultural Center
Saturday, February 16 at 9am | FREE
The Suzuki School of Newton offers free trial classes for its Suzuki Prep program for children ages 2-4 and an adult caregiver. This is a fun way to share time with your child: sing, move to music, do pre-instrumental Suzuki activities, and hear live instrument demonstrations from the SSN faculty. What a great way to have quality time together, learn what Suzuki music lessons are all about and find out why the Suzuki philosophy works!
West Meets East: An Evening of Western & Chinese Classical Music
featuring New Philharmonia Orchestra*
presented by Yan-Huang Performing Arts
Saturday, February 16 at 7:30pm | $15-$40
Jordan Hall, Boston
The New Phil, Newton’s premiere symphony, makes its Jordan Hall debut this Saturday! The concert features a balance of Chinese and Western music, including the gorgeous Butterfly Lovers’ Violin Concerto with Xin Ding of the BSO and Schumann’s fantastic Symphony No. 3, “Rhenish.” Come share the love of one of life’s greatest treasures – music!