By Gail-Agnes Musikavanhu Hometown Weekly Correspondent For the first time in its history, the Davis Museum has created a full floor exhibition featuring highlights of its extensive Latin American collection in “Art_Latin_America: Against the Survey.” The exhibit is an amalgamation of pieces collected in the past 20-plus years and represents a push to create a major regional...Read more
By James Kinneen
Hometown Weekly Reporter
Thursday night at the Wellesley Library, Roman Rudnytsky, an American concert pianist of Ukrainian descent, performed a five-piece concert program featuring the works of Brahms, Beethoven, Albeniz, de Falla and Gottschalk.
A graduate of Julliard, Rudnytsky is Professor Emeritus of Youngstown State University’s Dana School of Music, where he...
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By Rama K. Ramaswamy Last week, Schofield School enjoyed its Day of Imagineering, a program to which students, teachers, and Principal Gerardo J. Martinez look forward all year. [caption id="attachment_32952" align="alignright" width="600"] Wellesley students relish Day of Imagineering2[/caption]"The theme this year was for...Read more
On Sunday, April 28, the Wellesley Town Band will pay tribute to some of America's well-known and most loved composers. Featured in the program are composers of the 19th and 20th centuries who have contributed to the musical fabric of American life with their marches, jazz, patriotic, Broadway and film music. Under the direction of Wellesley...Read more