03/2020 Events

Memorial Hall
83 Court Street
Plymouth , MA

Sunday Family Concert: MUSIC FOR ALL AGES

Sunday, March 8, 2020 - 3:00pm

Join us for an afternoon of sheer musical delight!  Meet our Phil musicians and their instruments during a pre-concert instrument demonstration—the perfect way to test-drive many instruments--whether you’re a child or a child at heart!  Our hour-long Phil concert includes performances by the Plymouth Children’s Chorus, an award-winning emerging artist from South Shore Conservatory, and with a nod to the Plymouth 400 Anniversary, music from Antonín Dvořák’s New World Symphony and Leroy Anderson’s Governor Bradford March.  Special ticket prices make this an affordable, fun way to experience the magic of live orchestral music!
 

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James Library & Center for the Arts
24 West Street
Norwell , MA
Phone: 781-659-7100

"I Now Pronounce You Lucy Stone", Living History Performance

Sunday, March 22, 2020 - 3:00pm

Celebrate 100 years of Women’s Suffrage at this event at the James! Challenging discrimination is not easy; Lucy Stone was never one to take the easy road. The first woman from Massachusetts to earn a college degree, Lucy was an ardent supporter of human rights. Always fierce, her belief that women and men be equal was evident in both her political and personal endeavors. Her message inspired thousands to join the suffrage movement; even Susan B. Anthony credits Lucy’s impassioned speeches for her involvement.

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Memorial Hall
83 Court Street
Plymouth , MA

PLYMOUTH 400 Adoration of Place with the Plymouth Phil Orchestra

Saturday, March 28, 2020 - 7:30pm

The Phil honors the Plymouth 400 Anniversary with a visual, vocal, orchestral and spiritual celebration!  Award-winning cellist Zlatomir Fung joins the orchestra for Dvořák’s Cello Concerto, a New World Concerto of sorts because Dvořák composed it here in America.  Choruses from Pembroke, Plymouth North and Silver Lake Regional High Schools lend their voices to Copland’s Simple Gifts and The Promise of Living, selections that exemplify hope and gratitude.  Wampanoag leader, historian and artist, Jonathan James-Perry stirs Native People’s ancestral heritage with

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