APRIL 26th… 2 BANDS… 1 ROCKIN’ PARTY, and it’s all to benefit the Wellesley Education Foundation.
Dust off your dancing shoes, grab your friends, and get ready to have some fun, as Umami Blues, Funk & Soul and The Meanees take the stage at The Center for Arts in Natick in Natick, 14 Summer St., for an evening of high-energy rock, pop, blues, funk and soul. Rockin’ the Firehouse promises to be an unforgettable live music experience that you won’t want to miss.
There are a few tickets left online. Tickets will not be sold at the door.
Ticket prices are $50, and ALL PROCEEDS support the Wellesley Education Foundation.
Here’s a sneak peek at part of the concert program: the Wellesley Village Church‘s Children’s church choir will present a dramatic interpretation of the story of Joshua and the Battle of Jericho. Then together with the Youth Choir, grades 6 – 9, will sing Joshua Fit the Battle. (Joshua Fit the Battle? Until today, I thought it was Joshua Fought the Battle. Seriously. Doing Swellesley makes me learn something new every day.)
Listen to Beethoven Symphony No. 9 by the Wellesley Symphony Orchestra with soloists and chorus as the Symphony winds up its season on May 5.
Max Hobart conducts, joined by the New World Chorale and soloists soprano Dana Varga, mezzo-soprano Rebecca Krouner, tenor Neal Ferreira, and bass David Kravitz.
The concert is at MassBay Community College, 50 Oakland Street, Wellesley at 3 PM, pre-concert talk at 2:15. Tickets are $25 for adults, $20 for seniors and students, and free for children 12 and under; purchase at Wellesley Books, Andrews Pharmacy on Weston Road, on-line, or at the door. There is plenty of free parking at the college. Call 781-235-0515 or visit www.wellesleysymphony.org.