Harvard Friends of the Arts (HFOA)
The Harvard Friends of the Arts is pleased to announce its 2014-2015 season, which will bring to Volunteers Hall an exciting slate of professional folk, swing and blues musicians, as well as witty and moving theatrical performances staged by both professional and local performers.
All shows are free of charge, though donations are welcome! Seats should be reserved by calling the Library at 978-456-4114.
Doors open at 7:00pm ~ Shows start at 7:30pm
Molly Tuttle Trio
Peppino is a Renaissance man whose inspired, poetic style earned him the “Best Acoustic Guitarist” award from readers of Guitar Player magazine. His playing is like a wonderful journey, taking its inspiration from the music of Brazil, American, Ireland and his native Italy.
Los Sugar Kings
Los Sugar Kings is a Boston-based quartet known for their dynamic live performances, rich harmonies, intense musicianship and ability to transcend genres with an authenticity rarely heard. They also actively draw on influences from nearly every continent in their unique roots-rock-reggae fusion repertoire.
Following the Ninth
December 6th at 7:30pm
December 7th at 3:00pm
Co-sponsored with the Warner Free Lecture Series
*This program is supported in part by a grant from the Harvard Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
Canadian poet laureate of the folk & roots music world has gone about his work with a combination of passion, intent & intensity & curiosity. Keelaghan forges his pieces with brilliantly defined craftsmanship & a monogrammed artistic vision.
A blues/rock musician, who got her start in the Boston folk scene and now has moved on to national prominence and acclaim. Powerfully expressive, her new album, "Lonesomeville,'' is a personal Top Ten favorite of the year." – Steve Morse, Boston Globe
Arsenic and Old Lace
About Harvard Friends of the Arts
HFOA is a sub-committee of the Friends of the Harvard Public Library and a 501c-3 non-profit volunteer organization. All performances are free and open to the public and held at Volunteers Hall. These programs are supported with memberships to the FOHPL, proceeds from our annual book sale, your donations and by the Harvard Public Library Trust.
Founded in 2007, the mission of the Friends of the Arts is to encourage, stimulate and promote high quality, diverse professional and amateur creative talents that will enhance the quality of life of our community; and to create a central gathering place and community resource where people can experience, appreciate and support the transformative power of artistic expression.
Contact: Chris Frechette at firstname.lastname@example.org