Vanessa Till Hooper’s sculpture The Solar Forest was on display in the Park through November 11, 2017. This was part of Illuminus Boston, a two night festival on November 3 and 4, 2017.
photographer Aram Boghosian
Inspire Arts & Music (IAM) is pleased to be hosting our 2nd Annual Concert in the Park event at the Norman B. Leventhal Park in the heart of Boston’s Financial District on June 11th, at 5:00 PM. Concert in the Park is a performance event and fundraiser aimed to help IAM showcase and grow their programs and increase the numbers of students impacted by those IAM programs in the future. Headlined by the Boston Crusaders Drum & Bugle Corps, the concert will feature group performances, small ensembles, solos, and percussion features that are sure to inspire and excite. The concert will also feature the Hyde Park Youth Percussion Ensemble (HYPE) who will be showcasing their very first performance. The concert is free and open to the general public. There will be a private cocktail reception for sponsors following the event.
“We are extremely excited to bring once again the sounds of IAM music to the streets of Boston. The Concert in the Park event provides a great opportunity to showcase the performance capabilities of New England’s finest young performers and we can’t wait to bring this to Norman B. Leventhal Park this June,” said Inspire Arts & Music, CEO, Jim Cronin.
To learn more about IAM’s Concert in the Park please visit: www.concertinthepark.org
From September 27 to October 14, we will have one of the 75 pianos in Boston as part of the international street piano festival started by British artist Luke Jerram in 2008. For more information and other piano locations, visit streetpianos.com.
Share your talent. Come and play it! We would love a photo or video of you playing this piano. Tell your friends to come and play too.
Health and Wellness Fair and flower photos courtesy of Stephen Cote; Norman B. Leventhal photo courtesy of Friends of Post Office Square