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John Kleshinski Concert Series & Community Conversations

Named in memory of John Kleshinski, former CMCB Board President and student, the John Kleshinski Concert Series provides access to high-quality musical performances for all, aiming to present a diverse sampling of instruments and genres. This year the program focuses on works composed by women and POC composers.

Thursday, January 16, 7 PM
The Piano Sonatas of
George Walker
Redi Llupa

Thursday, February 20, 7 PM
Spanning the Centuries
Karen Luttik, Paulius Pancekauskas, and
Timothy Paek

Thursday, March 26, 7 PM
Adjoining: Music by Women
Francesca Anderegg

Thursday, April 16, 7 PM
Duo Axis: New and Exciting Work
Zach Sheets and Wei-Han Wu

Thursday, May 7, 7 PM
Moments of Change:
Mysticism in Music and the Poetry of Margaret Atwood
Emma Luyendijk and Stephanie Lamprea

Thursday, May 21, 7 PM
Boundless Voices
Emma Terrell and Friends

Community Conversations is a series of workshops with CMCB staff that seeks to engage others in dialogue about important issues in arts education. We want the voices of our students, parents and partners to be heard. Join us to learn and share your experiences.

Wednesday, February 5, 6 PM
Equity of Power in Arts Education
Lecolion Washington

Wednesday, March 11, 6:30 PM
Gender: Identity, Expression, and Equity
Hannah Sigel and Mica Basilici

Wednesday, April 8, 6 PM
Creating Inclusive Spaces
Chris Perry

Wednesday, May 6, 6 PM
Music For the Whole Child
Samantha Gambaccini

Wednesday, June 3, 6 PM
Grantseeking: Tactics & Ethics
Zach Sheets

Our concert and speaker series are always FREE and OPEN to the public. Visit www.cmcb.org for more information and to reserve your spot. Events will take place in Allen Hall at Community Music Center of Boston, 34 Warren Avenue, Boston, MA 02116. Accessible entrance with elevator is located at 537 Tremont Street. Events will run for about 90 minutes in length.


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