things to do in cambridge

7th Annual Empty Bowls Project

Feed the belly, warm the soul. Join us at Puritan & Co. on March 14th for the 7th Annual Empty Bowls Event! Included in your $40 ticket purchase is a handmade bowl that YOU select and take home, generously donated by local potters from Feet of Clay Studio, MIT SAA, and Indigo Fire Studio. Enjoy […]

Joyful Noise Gospel Concert

The Multicultural Arts Center will again produce and present the Joyful Noise Gospel Concert with the Harlem Gospel Concert. For over 30 years, the Multicultural Arts Center has brought people together from all around New England to celebrate the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This signature community event represents and […]

Belmont World Film Family Festival: Day 4

Belmont World Film‘s 16th Annual Family Festival, “Where Stories Come Alive,” offers nearly four full days of some of the world’s best films for children and adults, as well as a live concert on opening night accompanying the silent films of George Méliès (the subject of Martin Scorcese’s Hugo) and a live version of WBUR’s […]

First Creative Music Series Concert of 2018 – Carl Testa 6tet visits Cambridge

Fans (and new comers) of Improv (Jazz, too), Electronics, Contemporary Chamber Ensembles, Experimental Music, Composition, The Carl Testa Sextet comes to town-Cambridge debut Multi-instrumental w/voice, Contemporary New Music from New England/New York. Carl Testa – bass, electronics Erica Dicker – violin, baritone violin Junko Fujiwara – cello (Boston) Louis Guarino Jr – trumpet Andria Nicodemou […]

Cambridge Symphony Orchestra: Mahler and Mozart

Our season opens by pairing Mahler’s most Classical symphony, the Sixth, with Mozart’s energetic Symphony No. 35. Mozart’s so-called Haffner Symphony, originating as a “serenade” of party music for the Haffner family, is gracious and celebratory. It provides welcome contrast to Mahler’s Sixth Symphony, a dramatically powerful, emotionally catastrophic, and utterly merciless depiction of heroism […]