2023 Season

2023 Season

Text reads: Music & Memory: A Showcase, featuring Landmarks' String Quartet. Monday, December 11, 2023 at 6:30pm. Roxbury Public Library, 149 Dudley Street, Roxbury, MA 02119

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Past 2023 Events

Members from Landmarks Orchestra @ Dorchester Brewing Company; 21+ event. Monday, March 20th. Doors @ 6:30pm, music @ 7pm.

Members of Landmarks Orchestra will be back at Dorchester Brewing Company!
Join us March, 20th at 6:30pm. Please note that this event is 21+.

Members from Landmarks Orchestra @ Bone Up Brewing Co. 21+ event. Tuesday, April 18th, doors at 6:30pm, music @ 7pm.

Members of Landmarks Orchestra will be at Bone Up Brewing Company!
Join us March, 20th at 7:00pm. Please note that this event is 21+.

Saturday, June 17th. Kroc Center, 4pm. The opening concert on June 17th celebrates Juneteenth and marks Landmarks' debut performance at the Kroc Center in the Roxbury-Dorchester neighborhood!
Wednesday, July 19th. Hatch Shell, 7pm. July 19h at the Hatch Shell is the annual "Green Concert" with works celebrating nature, including "Appalachian Spring" and a new piece from Brian Nabors, "Upon Daybreak." co-commissioned by Landmarks Orchestra alongside Seattle Symphony and Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
Seen/Unseen: The legacy of music by Black American Women. Featuring panelists, Lucy Caplan, Louise Toppin, Aja Burrell-Wood, Christopher Wilkins, and moderated by Dr. Emmett Price.

Join us on Monday, July 24th at 7pm for a FREE conversation discussing Terry Lyne Carrington’s piece Seen/Unseen and the legacy of music by Black American women. While this event is free, registration is required.

Wednesday, July 26th. Hatch Shell, 7pm. Coinciding with the NAACP's conference in Boston, the July 26th concert at the Hatch Shell brings a special focus to celebrating the symphonic legacy of Black American women and their compositions. Grammy award-winning drummer, producer, and educator, Terri Lyne Carrington joins Landmarks as a guest curator and performer.
Saturday, July 29th. PORT Park, Chelsea, Massachusetts, 1pm to 4pm. Join Landmarks Orchestra for a day of family fun! We're hosting a Community Day in Chelsea at PORT Park on July 29th. This family-friendly event features music, entertainment, activities, and more.
Wednesday, August 2nd. Hatch Shell, 7pm. On august 2nd, this concert features gems such as George Gershwin's An American in Paris and Dvořák's Cello Concerto with soloist Tommy Mesa, along with a special prelude concert with Four Strings Academy.
Thursday, August 10 - Friday, August 11. Peoples Baptist Church, Roxbury. Hibernian Hall, Roxbury. Two neighborhood concerts will take place on August 10th at Peoples Baptist, and August 11th at Hibernian Hall. Both concerts will feature the same program of the August 12th Hatch Shell concert.
Saturday, August 12th. Hatch Shell, 7pm. On August 12th at the Hatch Shell, this concert pairs Mozart and Joseph Bologne, subject of the new film Chevalier, and features composers who have overcome challenges in their lives. Featuring a special piece from Artist-in-Residence, Fabiola Mendez and her collaboration with students from Hyde Square Task Force alongside violinist Mariana Green-Hill, and guitarist Zaira Meneses. Hosted by Jose Masso.
Wednesday, August 23rd. Hatch Shell, 7pm. The final performance on August 23 is Landmarks Annual "Dance Night," featuring Beethoven's Symphony No. 7 and Tchaikovsky's The Sleeping Beauty, along with performances from Jean Appolon Expressions, Sayat Nova Dance Company, and Principal Dancer of Boston Ballet, Chyrstyn Mariah Fentroy.
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