Sunday, October 27 at 4pm at Inly School in Scituate
Join us for a dazzling visit to Argentina, Brazil, Venezuela and other Latin
countries for enchanting folksongs, dances and love songs, capped off by a
medley from EVITA. Bring your drinks and snacks and be entertained!
Archangel subscribers have a front table for 5 included in their subscription.
Single tickets are $30 in advance and $35 at the door; table for 5 @ $125 (a
discount over single-ticket price).
Inly School is on Route 123 in Scituate, at the Norwell town line.
Christmas: 'A Child's Christmas in Wales'
Saturday, December 14, 8 pm at House of Prayer in Hingham
Sunday, December 15, 4 pm at First Parish in Cohasset
Composed by Matthew Harris, with text by Dylan Thomas, and narrated by Michael
Theobald, this timeless and poetic description of Christmas in Wales and other
music by Welsh composers will delight all ages. As always, our Christmas concerts
benefit the Wellspring Multi-Service Center.
Saturday, February 8 at 8pm at Hingham Congregational Church
(February 15 Snow date)
Our solo performers again present their favorite Broadway show tunes to benefit
Horizons for Homeless Children. Advance tickets are $30 and may be purchased online,
or send check made out to Horizons for Homeless Children to Sally
Davenport, 63 Burditt Ave., Hingham, MA 02043 for your reservation. Either
way, tickets will be available for pick up at the door before the concert.
Tickets purchased at the door are $35.
Saturday, March 28 at 8 pm at United Congregational Church in Norwell
Sunday, March 29 at 4 pm at United Congregational Church in Norwell
This contemporary oratorio tells the story of the death of Matthew Shepard and
its aftermath, incorporating a variety of musical styles - classical, country,
blues, hymnody, Broadway, jazz - seamlessly woven into a unified whole. The
story resonates in our present moment when vilification of the 'other' is all
too common. it "leads us from horror and grief to a higher understanding of
the human condition, enabling us to endure." (The Washington Post)
Tickets purchased at the door are $25. Online tickets are $20.