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Evening of concert band music April 18

An Evening of Concert Band Music is being presented by the MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Concert Band on Friday, April 18, at 7 p.m. in the Cronin Auditorium of The Bromfield School, 14 Massachusetts Avenue, Harvard.

Music of Paul Hindemith, Sergei Prokofiev, Alfred Reed and others will be featured.

The concert is free to the general public, although donations will be gratefully accepted by the Bromfield Tri-M Music Honors Society.

For info, please call Tom Reynolds at 617-529-9402.

Walk off those post-tax paying blues April 19!

Clear your mind on April 19 at 1 p.m. by taking a walk around the Harvard Conservation Trust's newly acquired Brown conservation land. Enjoy the variety this property has to offer: open fields, woods, wetlands, vernal pools and a fantastic glacial erratic! This walk is co-sponsored by the Trust and the Harvard Park and Rec department. Walkers will meet end of Murray Lane. The event is free and open to the public.

New Music Therapy program offered by Indian Hill Music

Where: Harvard Council on Aging, Hildreth House.

When: Starting Tuesday, April 22, at 10 a.m. for eight weeks.

This is an eight-week series of music and wellness, to include meditation, music listening and art creation, followed by a time of sharing. The class runs 45 minutes to one hour. Our goals will be to relax, connect and restore ourselves within the group setting. Instructor is Kara Wetzel from Indian Hill Music School. Please call 978-456-4120 to sign up.

If you need transportation please call the Harvard COA / Harvard Help 48 hours before.

Concert on the Common April 27

A Concert at the Common will be performed Sunday, April 27, 4 p.m., at the Harvard Unitarian Universalist Church, 9 Ayer Road.

Tickets: Adults: $25; seniors: $20; students under 18: $15

http://concertsatthecommon.tix.com or 978-779-2876.

The Baroque Duo -- harpsichordist Suzanne Cartreine and violinist Joy Grimes Wallace, will include works by J.S Bach, Håndel, Corelli, Telemann, D'Angelbert, plus a selection of early 20th century American popular songs. Don't miss the performance of these two accomplished musicians!

Suzanne has performed with several chamber ensembles and as soloist with the Boston University Baroque Orchestra, the Sounds of Stow Orchestra, and the Macalester College Symphony Orchestra. She holds a DMA in Historical Performance/Harpsichord from BU, an MMus in Piano Performance from Temple University, and a BA in Physics from Macalester College.

Joy performs regularly with both baroque and modern violins. She presently performs with many area orchestras and ensembles, and is active with early music festivals in Boston, Amherst, and the Utah Shakespearean Festival. She has masters and doctorate degrees in viola performance, and is on the faculty of Newton Suzuki School.

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