Middlesex Arts Series

As part of our commitment to the performing arts, we're happy to sponsor an Arts Series that brings some of the best local and national artists to our area. With musical diversity that runs from Bluegrass to Beethoven, and stage performances that range from the classics to new twists on old standards, there's something for everyone. Middlesex Savings Bank is proud to support the organizations that are hosting the following shows:


TCAN Film Series

Wednesday, January 10th at 7:30 PM

The Center For Arts in Natick

www.natickarts.org

 

Jimmy Tingle

Saturday, January 13th at 7:30 PM

TCAN presets legendary local humorist Jimmy Tingle. Jimmy Tingle's unique brand of humor takes a satiric and insightful look at politics and contemporary life, using humor to generate awareness.  For more information visit www.natickarts.org.

 

Orchestra of Indian Hill: "All-Mozart!" Program

Saturday, January 20th at 7:30 PM

Littleton High School

Join the Orchestra of Indian Hill for a delightful all-Mozart program featuring the “Posthorn” Serenade, and the overture to his very last opera. For more information, visit www.indianhillmusic.org.

 

 

 

 

Other organizations we support:

The Friends of the Performing Arts in Concord

Concord Orchestra

Live Arts

Heritage Chorale

Franklin Performing Arts Company

Concord Chamber Music Society

The Center for Arts in Natick

Concord Women's Chorus

Indian Hill

Check back often as we will be updating and adding events and performances throughout the season.

 

Performance reviews from our customers...

 

"Thank you very much for the ticket to Enter the Haggis on Saturday. I had heard about the band before but had never seen them live. It was a fun and lively performance! I sat next to a super-fan who has seen them for years who told me about a lot of the charitable and social work they do." —Andrea

 

"The Concord Chamber Music Performance the other evening was fantastic. Thanks." —Susan

 

"Thank you Middlesex for supporting TCAN. We loved the show last Saturday." —Robert