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Wandering Wednesdays Concerts

Updated: Nov 4, 2021

Join Boston Music Project in partnership with the Rose Kennedy Greenway for lunch-time performances every Wednesday from 12:00-1:00pm starting Wednesday, August 18 through October 20, 2021! Explore a new location along the Greenway each week while enjoying musical performances by BMP's professional musicians.


Performance Dates & Locations


August 18 | Near the Park Swings - North End

String Quartet

Artists: Bengisu Gokce, violin, Kathryn Pappalardo, violin, Josh Wareham, viola, & Minjin Chung, cello


August 25 | Near the Carolyn Lynch Gardens - North End

Guitar & Viola Duo

Artists: Christopher Hernandez, guitar, & Sébastien Ridoré, viola


POSTPONED - Rain date to be announced soon!| Armenian Heritage Park

Violin & Cello Duets

Artists: Natalie Boberg, violin, & Minjin Chung, cello


September 8 | Greenway Carousel Plaza

BMP Jazz/Funk Band

Artists: Zack Bacak, Saxophone | Chris Hernandez, Bass | Miguel Landestoy, Keyboard | & Ethan Gueldenzopf, Drums


September 15 | The Rings Fountain

BMP Jazz Band

Artists: Zack Bacak, Saxophone | Will Zimmer, Trombone | Anne Linder, Trumpet | Chris Schroeder, Tuba


September 22 | Atlantic Ave & India Street

Violin Duo

Artists: Peter Paetkau, Violin, & Amanda Roth, Violin


September 29 | Trillium Garden on the Greenway

World Music Trio

Artists: Bengisu Gokce, violin, Ghassan Sawalhi, Oud, & Tareq Rantisi, Percussion


October 6 | Pearl Street & Purchase Street

String Trio

Artists: Kathryn Pappalardo, Violin, Job Salazar-Fonseca Violin, & Nathaniel Taylor, Cello


October 13 | Pearl Street & Atlantic Ave

Violin & Flute Duets

Artists: Aija Reke, violin, & Agita Arista, flute


October 20 | Auntie Kay & Uncle Frank Chin Park - Chinatown

BMP String Quartet & Youth Musicians from Josiah Quincy Upper School


 

This series is part of the (re)Discover The Greenway series. Funding and support for this program is provided by abutting property owners who serve as members of the Greenway Business Improvement District (BID). The Greenway BID plays an essential role in supporting an appealing, accessible, and vibrant experience for all that visit The Greenway to gather, relax, unwind, and explore.

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