||Thanks to the generosity of our members and other
donors, we have been presenting talented musicians in free public
concerts since 1965.
|Our 52nd season is taking shape. Two
concerts are in place, with more to follow!
All concerts on the Main Stage
High School's North Building.
concerts are free and no tickets are required.
Friday, October 7,
2016 at 8:00 pm
Greg Hopkins, trumpet and flugelhorn; Arnie Krakowsky, tenor sax;
Shannon LeClaire, alto sax; Jeff Galindo, trombone; Tim Ray,
piano; John Lockwood, bass; Joe Hunt: drums
Berklee Professor Emeritus Greg Hopkins brings his
accomplished jazz sextet to perform a tribute
to Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn, including works such as:
It Don’t Mean a Thing
Lana Turner (aka: Charpoy)
In A Sentimental Mood
The Little Brown Book
Friday, December 2,
2016 at 8:00 pm
Tolle, cimbalom and Jennifer Ashe, soprano
The cimbalom, a Hungarian instrument invented in 1874, is a cousin of
the hammer dulcimer. Nick Tolle is its premier performer in New
England. Jennifer Ashe is a familiar voice to Wayland Concert Series
audiences. She starred in our special concert
celebrating Wayland's 375th birthday, and featuring New England
vocal music from 1640 to 2013. A versatile performer, she sings ancient
music with Blue
Heron and the Handel and Haydn Society, and the newest music with
Modern Orchestra Project and elsewhere.
Friday, January 20,
2017 at 8:00 pm
Duo Cello e
Cellist Emmanuel Feldman and bassist Pascale Delache-Feldman
demonstrate the amazing richness and flexibility of the lower half of
the string family.
P.O. Box 314
Wayland, MA 01778
of all sizes are welcome. If you’d like to be considered a
member, make a donation of $45 or more. As a member, you’ll be
listed in our programs unless you request otherwise. The great majority
of donations is used for artist fees for the wonderful musicians who
perform in the series. The Wayland Concert Series is a 501(c)(3)
organization, and your donation will be tax-deductible.
Make checks payable to "Wayland Concert Series, Inc." and send to the