With Máirín Uí Chéide
Thursday, March 16, 2023
Doors open at 7:30pm Concert begins at 8:00pm
Tickets, $25 • Anderson Society Members, free

In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, join us for a special evening of Irish song and story with Máirín Uí Chéide. Máirín was born and grew up in Ireland. She is a native Gaelic speaker and has continued to do so in Boston where she has lived since 1986 with her husband Páraic and five children. She has immersed herself in the cultural and language movement since her arrival to the United States, traveling around the country teaching and performing the art of Seanós singing. She has recorded many of her songs and has a collection in Burns Library of Boston College.



With Greg Greenway Stephanie Corby & Fabio Pirozzolo Sunday, April 2nd, 2023 Doors open at 5:30pm | Concert begins at 6:00pm Tickets $25 • Anderson Society Members Free

In celebration of Greg's new CD, join us for a celebratory concert. Greg Greenway will perform along with Fabio Pirozzolo on percussion and Stephanie Corby on vocals

Greg Greenway, both musician and poet has played venues like Carnegie Hall and NPR's All things considered and Mountain Stage. Described as "one of the strongest and finest voices in folk music" Greenway plays guitar, piano, and ukelele in the style of rock, blue, jazz and folk music. He is filled with vibrant energy, good humor and positivity. This concert is sure to leave you feeling inspired.



Friday, May 5th, 2023 Doors open at 7:30pm • Concert Begins at 8:00pm Tickets $25 • Anderson Society Members Free

Join us for acclaimed South African vocalist and composer Naledi Masilo whose voice has been described as expressive, beautiful and multi-faceted. Naledi will sing traditional songs from South Africa as well as many Jazz favorites. In collaboration, Naledi’s four-piece band combines virtuosic performances by young artists from all over the world.

Naledi has had artistic residency at the Presidential Kennedy Center and she has performed at many venues such as Jazz@ Lincoln Center and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston Naledi’s journey was profiled on Boston’s WBUR station as she completed her journey at the New England conservatory.