Lowell Jazz Day Camp Faculty Fundraiser Concert

Lowell Jazz Day Camp Faculty Fundraiser Concert

Support the art of jazz at this concert benefiting the Lowell Jazz Day Camp.

Performers include Paul Combs, saxophone; Frank Wilkins, piano; Semenya McCord, vocals; Artie Barbato, trumpet; Mark Michaels, guitar; Thomas Hebb, bass; and Stanley C. Swann III, drums.

July 13 – 7:30pm.

Admission: Online purchase: $20 Adults/$15 Seniors and ages 6-17

Door: $25Adults/$20Seniors and ages 6-17, 5 and under free.

Online purchase go to

Lowell Jazz Day Camp is Massachusetts Human Resource Fund, Inc.

501(c)(3) non-profit program.

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Kaleidoscope Chamber Ensemble

An evening of chamber music features the music of Sir Malcolm Arnold, J.S. Bach and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Please join us for our last concert for this season at the wonderful Chelmsford Center for the Arts. The program includes Suite Bourgeoise for flute, oboe, piano by Sir Malcolm Arnold, J.S, Bach’s Cantata BWV 209, Non sa che sia dolore (“He knows not what sorrow is”), with Jessica Cooper, soprano and Mozart’s Clarinet Quintet in A Major, K. 581, with Mark Latham, violin Performers include: Jill Dreeben, flute Charlyn Bethell, oboe Jennifer Gilman, Clarinet Beth Welty, violin Mark Latham, violin Dani Rimoni, viola Sandi-Jo Malmon, cello Guy Urban, piano Pamela Murray, soprano.

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Fourth Friday Open Mic


Host Ruth Canonico is looking for future Featured Performers.  Come and share your favorite performance pieces in the round in this intimate cafe style performance space in the CCA Cabaret Cafe.  Previous featured performers include Carrie Little & Russ Graham, Kate Chadbourne, Woddy Carpinella, Seth Connelly, One Kennedy, Rick Gottlieb, Rose Sheheen & John Hicks, and George Cappacio…our next feature could be YOU!

All ages and abilities are warmly welcome.  Perform or come and enjoy.  $5 at the door, sign up at 6:30 for 7 pm start.

March 28 Presenting Lynn Feingold as the Tavern Wench

  At Blanchard’s Colonial Tavern in Avon, Massachusetts, Lynn has gained years of performance experience and expanded her repertoire to songs and ballads that may have been heard in a tavern in early America.  The songs she performs today range from tender love songs and hearty drinking songs to songs of love lost and chances taken.  The simple expression of the drama of the human experience at the core of these songs continues to interest and inspire her to learn more.



Contact Ruth Canonico for more information

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