The Mudville Madrigal Singers will appear on Saturday, December 12 at 4pm at the Eliot Church, 45 Eliot Street (Rt. 16), South Natick, MA. A reception will follow the performance. Proceeds from the suggested donation of $15 benefit the Eliot Church.
The Mudville Madrigal Singers came into being when musicians from the historic “Mudville” neighborhood of Holliston, MA started singing together in 1993. Now the group’s 10 members hail from several greater Boston communities, and they perform across the western suburbs. Performing a wide variety of music for unaccompanied voices, the group has been praised for their sumptuous blend and diverse programming. The ensemble is equally at home singing Renaissance madrigals, sacred works from Palestrina to Poulenc, part-songs from across Europe, traditional spirituals, or jazzy selections from the American songbook. http://www.mudvillemadrigalsingers.blogspot.com For directions and further information, go to http://www.theeliotchurch.org or call 508-653-2244
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Photographers, you are welcome to enter your local images in our 10th annual Oldtown Photo Calendar Competition. And whether or not you are a photographer, come to the show on October 18, 11-3, at Memorial Hall (40 Eliot St) to vote for your favorites, meet representatives from local nonprofit groups, and take an Oldtown Tour courtesy of the Natick Historical Society!
The Asylum Quartet will appear at The Eliot Church, 45 Eliot Street, South Natick on Sunday, April 12, at 3 PM. Lauded for an “amazing performance” when they appeared on WNPR’s “Where We Live”, the Asylum Quartet redefines the saxophone’s place in today’s musical soundscape, presenting an eclectic program that includes works from Gershwin, Erylimaz, and Zhurbin. The concert venue is the sanctuary of the historic Eliot Church, one of the oldest church sites in the country. The church sponsors community events of all types throughout the year. Proceeds from the suggested donation of $15 benefit the Eliot Church. A wine & cheese reception will follow. For more information on the concert, and directions, go to http://www.theeliotchurch.org, email email@example.com, or call 508-653-2244. For more information on Asylum Quartet, visit http://www.asylumquartet.com
Asylum Quartet Flyer
International double bass soloist Volkan Orhon will perform a solo recital with guest artists Rose Chancler, piano, and Peter Zay, cello, at The Eliot Church, 45 Eliot Street, South Natick on Sunday, February 22, at 3 PM. The concert is free and open to the public. A wine & cheese reception will follow. This event is part of Mr. Orhon’s latest sonata CD release tour of the northeast. Mr. Orhon’s CD’s will be available for sale. The concert venue is the sanctuary of the historic Eliot Church. The church, with roots in Congregational and Unitarian Universalist traditions, stands on one of the oldest church sites in the country. The church sponsors community events of all types throughout the year, and visitors of all faiths are welcome. For more information and directions, go to http://www.theeliotchurch.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 508-653-2244.
Volkan Concert Poster