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Let’s Celebrate! One Hundred Years of Song!

Reading Memorial High School 62 Oakland Road, Reading

Concert honoring the 100th anniversary of RCS.  Performance features an inspiring selection of songs, highlighted by 100 Years of Broadway, an extensive medley of pieces from Broadway's first century.  Winner of RCS scholarship appears as guest artist.

Mystic Chorale sings THE FIDDLE SINGS!

Cary Hall, Lexington MA 1605 Massachusetts Ave., Lexington

150 Mystic Chorale singers celebrate the joy of making music this spring in THE FIDDLE SINGS at Cary Hall in Lexington on May 18 & 19. Directed by Nick Page, the chorus will sing a range of songs exploring Swing,

$20

Lexington Pops Chorus Presents “A Musical Bouquet”

Hancock Church, Lexington 1912 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington

The Lexington Pops Chorus presents “A Musical Bouquet” at its Annual SpringConcert on May 17 and 18th, 7:30 pm at Hancock Church, 1912 Mass Ave. Lexington. This Concert features the choral suite, from Leonard Bernstein’s “West Side Story”, Felix Mendelssohn’s

$20

Masterworks Chorale presents Handel’s Utrecht Jubilate

Sanders Theatre 45 Quincy Street, Cambridge

Come hear two glorious works of George Frideric Handel, his Utrecht Jubilate and I Will Magnify Thee, O God.  A native of Germany who journeyed in Italy before settling in England, Handel was history’s first truly international composer, and our

$5 – $50

Concert -Great Haydn Choral Masterworks

First Church in Cambridge 11 Garden St, Cambridge

Great Haydn Choral Masterworks Mass in B Flat "Theresienmesse" Te Deum No. 2 in C Major      Sara Yanovich, Soprano Thea Lobo, Alto Charles Blandy, Tenor Dana Whiteside, Bass with full orchestra

$15 – $45

Late Night at Emmanuel presents TANGO!

Emmanuel Episcopal Church Of Boston 15 Newbury Street, Boston

TANGO! explores the various stylistic connections that connect the classical and jazz idioms in the dance music of the tango as it has evolved through the ages. The Arneis Quartet will collaborate with Julien Labro, whose musical roots lie in the

$10 – $55