Welcome back to the Weekly Wrap-Up! Here you’ll find the latest and greatest of Boston’s musical happenings, wrapped up and delivered weekly.

Boston Hassle Presents: All Ages Performance Space Fundraiser

During the month of April, Boston Hassle was busy fundraising for an all ages performance venue to serve the Greater Boston Area. Boston Hassle is a local nonprofit organization that supports local art, music and film through meetings, events, and publications. The organization is raising money for an all-ages space for artists in the community, similar to other spaces such as the Space Gallery in Portland, Maine. Whether you’re an artist (of any age) looking for space to perform amongst a community of local artists, or whether you are eager to support such an endeavor, visit Boston Hassle’s website for more details about the fundraiser. Stay tuned for fundraising outcomes and updates on the planned venue!

 

Make Music Boston: Call for Performers

This Summer Solstice,  Boston is joining over 700 other cities around the world in a sweet, sweet serenade of the longest day of the year. Make Music Boston is connecting Beantown with cities around the world participating in this year’s international Make Music celebration. On June 21st, Boston’s parks, plazas, streets, porches, and other outdoor and public spaces will be filled with live music. Make Music Boston is currently calling on local artists to sign up to participate. Artists can create a profile on their website and choose their place of choice to perform. The sign-up deadline is May 31st and more details can be found on Make Music Boston’s website!

 

The Checkout Live at Berklee: Louis Cole vs. Domi

For the sixth annual Checkout-Live event at Berklee College of Music, Louis Cole of KNOWER and Domi Degalle are coming together for what has been described as a “searing hot” jazz music experience. The event is a collaboration between the famed New York-area radio station WBGO Jazz 88.3 FM/WBGO.org, NPR Music, and Berklee in an effort to bring New York-based Berklee alumni back to their alma mater. The Checkout is an acclaimed multimedia show that gives the latest scoop on the jazz scene, and it will be broadcasting the event. The show is this Thursday, May 4th at the Red Room at Cafe 939. If you can’t make it to the event, selected shows will be archived at Checkoutjazz.org, and you can check out some of last year’s jazz here!

 

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