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2019/20 Season

October 12, 2019

Far From Home -

Songs of Hope, Loss & Longing

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What does it mean to be far from home, in a new land, with an uncertain future? Mezzo soprano Betany Coffland, tenor Michael Dailey, and pianist Veronika Agranov-Dafoe present songs that will make us think about our current relationship to the immigration question, and about what it means to "belong." It is an evening that will leave you feeling changed, empowered, and hopeful.

A significant portion of proceeds will go to SIREN, a local non-profit whose mission is to empower low-income immigrants and refugees through community education and organizing, leadership development, policy advocacy, civic engagement and legal services. SIREN believes that all people regardless of legal status or nationality are entitled to essential services, human dignity, basic rights and protections, and access to full participation in society.

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December 7, 2019

An Evening with

The Choral Project

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Please join us as we welcome the acclaimed ensemble The Choral Project (Daniel Hughes, Artistic Director and Conductor) for a heartwarming evening of music for the holiday season. The wide-ranging, beautiful program will include not only an array of exquisite, Classical Christmas pieces and traditional holiday favorites, but will also feature pieces that focus on how we think about community and what it means to belong.

This will surely be one of your family's most cherished, talked-about events of this holiday season. Tickets will go fast and early - make sure to get yours soon!

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March 28, 2020

Living Composers Series:

The Music of Henry Mollicone, featuring the

Misa de los Inmigrantes for choir, soprano soloist, and orchestra


May 16, 2020

Violinist Mélanie Clapiès

in recital, with Jeffrey LaDeur, piano

The Bodhi Tree Concerts North board of directors has made the difficult decision to cancel this performance, out of an abundance of caution toward the rapidly evolving coronavirus pandemic. To those of you who were looking forward to it (as were we!), we assure you this concert will be reprogrammed in October, as the first concert on our 2020/21 Season. Date TBA. If you already had purchased tickets for March 28, we are looking into the possibility of a refund through our ticketing partner, Brown Paper Tickets. If such a refund is not possible through their system, your current ticket will be honored when the concert is held. You will notified either way.

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