Category Archives: Music

Wellesley attorney shares love of jazz on the radio

Larry Shind has been plenty busy with his job of late as a real estate, land use and zoning law attorney at Wellesley firm Kertzman & Weil. “This has been a particularly robust year for real estate in Wellesley and Metrowest, particularly for sellers, since prices have been on the upswing,” he says. But Shind […]

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5 Questions for Wellesley’s new Performing Arts Director

We posted earlier this month that Wellesley Public Schools have brought on a new Performing Arts Director named Sabrina Quintana, who has been director of music education and a performing arts center in a big Texas school district in recent years. But we hadn’t had a chance to communicate directly with her at that point, […]

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Wellesley’s Jack Vandervelde in running to open Mixfest concert in Boston

Congrats to 20-year-old Wellesley-ite Jack Vandervelde, who is the first person to qualify for the Open Mixfest 2015 contest: A chance to open for radio station Mix 104.1’s annual concert at the Hatch Shell in Boston in September. Last year’s Mixfest featured Phillip Phillips, Christina Perri, O.A.R. and Magic!; this year’s line-up is headed by Rob Thomas and takes […]

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Wellesley Theatre Project to present The Addams amily

“They’re creepy and they’re kooky, mysterious and spooky, they’re altogether ooky!” The frightfully delightful world of Gomez, Morticia, Uncle Fester, Grandma, Wednesday, Pugsley and, of course, Lurch comes to spooky and spectacular life in this all new story, based on the bizarre and beloved characters created by cartoonist Charles Addams. The family is put to […]

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Rock Like Mike concert to honor Wellesley doctor’s life, raise funds for family

Michael Davidson’s musical family next month will unite at the Paradise Rock Club in Boston for a concert to raise funds for the wife and children that the Wellesley surgeon left behind after being killed at work at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in January. Dr. Davidson, a multi-talented man who played in a band called Off Label with […]

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Wellesley’s Cam Meekins announces new album

Rappers are known for their flair for the dramatic, so when we saw that Wellesley’s own Cam Meekins, the 2011 graduate who has gone on to forge a career for himself in the music industry, was planning a big announcement on his Facebook page, we were all aflutter. Just remember, you heard it here second. […]

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Wellesley Public Schools welcome home new Performing Arts Director

The Wellesley Public School system should get off to a strong start in Performing Arts for the 2015-2016 school year, having hired a new department director and a new high school orchestra director in June. While the news was shared with performing arts parents, students and staff shortly before school let out for the summer, little has been made […]

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Elm Bank in Wellesley to host Pomona Festival

The Gardens at Elm Bank, located at 900 Washington St., are in bloom and ready to host the Pomona Festival on Thursday, 6pm – 8:30pm. Wander the gardens, take a tour and enjoy garden activities for all ages as we celebrate the Festival of Pomona, Roman goddess of fruit and gardens. Bring your picnic dinner, blanket, and […]

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