Come hear the Dudley Choir in its fall concert! The repertoire, themed “Endings & Beginnings,” will span the history of English-language choral writing and include significant American works such as “Deep River” and “Circle of Life...
Please stop by the first rehearsal for the fall term! This is an open rehearsal, so you don't need to have signed up yet to join. However, please do come on time if you might want to sing with the choir this semester. We will get to start singing the music that we'll be performing in November, and sign up for an audition if you haven't done so already.
Interested in singing at Dudley House? Come visit this Tuesday evening to meet at what will be our regular rehearsal time! This will be a chance for us all to meet each other. We'll have some snacks and informal singing, and you'll also be able to sign up for an audition.
Celebrate the end of classes at the Dudley House Winter Formal (a black tie event), on Saturday, December 3!
See the House transformed into a decadent winter wonderland and join your fellow grad students, dressed to impress and ready to dance the night away. Live music provided by members of the Dudley House Orchestra.
Celebrate the end of classes at the Dudley House Winter Formal (a black tie event), on Saturday, December 5!
See the House transformed into a decadent winter wonderland and join your fellow grad students, dressed to impress and ready to dance the night away. Doors open at 8pm, waltz lesson from 8:30-9:30. Live music by members of the Dudley House Orchestra from 9:30-11:30pm.
Pick up your tickets at the Dudley House Office from November 23. $15 in advance, $20 at the door (if any remain...
Boston Opera House, 539 Washington St., Boston, MA 02111.
Experience the athleticism and power of Third Symphony of Gustav Mahler: A Ballet by John Neumeier. Hailed as "a work of genius" by Clive Barnes of New York Post, this epic masterpiece, choreographed to Mahler's longest symphony, expresses a dynamic array of images and emotion; from creation and passion to death and heavenly life. Mahler initially envisioned his symphony to be "something the likes of which the world has never yet heard!
Limited tickets available! Open to Dudley House members...