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Sunday, June 13

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra (Newly Added)

God Bless America
About this Performer
The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis dedicates an evening to the immensely popular Irving Berlin, once called “the greatest songwriter that has ever lived” by George Gershwin. With classics like “God Bless America,” “I’ll Be Loving You Always,” “Count Your Blessings,” “Puttin’ on the Ritz,” and “Let’s Face the Music and Dance,” it will be a big-band showcase of timeless Great American Songbook, Broadway, and Hollywood hits.

¡En Vivo, En Familia! with Sol y Canto

Virtual Concert at 7:30pm
About this Performer
This concert celebrates the release of the Amador family's NEW live CD, "En Vivo, En Familia" featuring Rosi, Brian, and their 24-year old daughter, Alisa. The CD was recorded with their band on October 6, 2019, at CROMA at Arlington Street Church. The event also celebrated Sol y Canto's 25th anniversary. Join us for this special online concert featuring songs from the new CD!

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We believe in the power of excellence and innovation in the performing arts to enrich life experience, transform lives, and build better communities.
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Established by pianist and impresario Aaron Richmond in 1938, the Celebrity Series of Boston has grown to become one of the nation’s most highly regarded independent performing arts presenting organizations. Learn more about our 80+ year history >>
We are building a community of Greater Boston where the performing arts are a valued, life-long, shared experience - on stages, in schools, in homes - everywhere.

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Funding for technology initiatives is generously provided by Donna and Michael Egan, the Barr Foundation and The Live Performance! Arts for All Endowment and Innovations Funds.