Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Very limited on-site parking for handicapped. Russian pianist, Ilya Yakushev, appeared on our Series in 2017 with cellist Thomas Mesa. He delighted our audience so much, he is now back … Continue reading "Russian pianist, Ilya Yakushev in Concert"
Chris Hanson is a songwriter and performer from California. He and his wife, Christine, recently lived on Nantucket anduring that time Hanson recorded an album at the Nantucket Music Center with Floyd and other musicians … Continue reading "Concert: Chris Hanson & Friends"
Our Story and Craft program is for children 4-9 years of age. Children under the age of 6 must be accompanied by a caregiver. Each week we will be reading a specially selected book and … Continue reading "Story & Craft: Snakes in the Grass!"
Called the ‘Musical Ambassador to Children’ and the ‘Pied Piper of Louisiana Music Traditions,’ Johnette Downing is a multi-award winning musician and author who serves up a gumbo of Louisiana roots music and books in … Continue reading "Johnette Downing: Songs from the Gumbo Pot"
The multi-talented saxophonist George Young returns to the Great Hall with pianist Anthony Healy for an evening of jazz and standards. Young plays over ten instruments and has performed with Eric Clapton, Mariah Carey, Celine … Continue reading "Concert: George Young & Anthony Healy"
in The Breakthrough:Immunotherapy and the Race to Cure Cancer, Charles Graeber guides readers through the revolutionary scientific research that has brought immunotherapy out of the realm of the miraculous and into the forefront of 21st … Continue reading "Author Talk: Charles Graeber, The Breakthrough"
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Very limited on-site parking for handicapped. Baritone, Thomas Glass, won the 2019 Metropolitan Opera National Auditions. Joined by his fiancée, Gabrielle Skinner, viola, and Kyle Naig, pianist, to perform the … Continue reading "Baritone, Thomas Glass in Concert"
Neuroscientist Dr. Susan Hockfield believes we are on the cusp of a new convergence where discoveries in biology will come together with engineering to produce another array of almost inconceivable technologies’ Virus-built batteries. Protein-based water … Continue reading "Author Talk: Dr. Susan Hockfield, ‘The Age of Living Machines’"